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Adobe Systems, Inc.

(company)
A California font foundry and software house. Adobe created the PostScript page description language and wrote the Blue Book, Green Book, Red Book and White Book on it. They also developed PDF. Adobe took over Frame Technology Corporation in late 1995/early 1996.

http://adobe.com/.

E-mail: <postmaster@adobe.com>.

Address: Silicon Valley, California, USA.
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