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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
Adobe Creative Suite 5

Design Standard combines:

Adobe Photoshop® CS5

Adobe Illustrator® CS5

Adobe InDesign® CS5.5
• Adobe Acrobat® X Pro
Additional components:
• Adobe Bridge CS5
• Adobe Device Central CS5.5
Integrates with

Adobe CS Live online services
†‡
Subscription option
Get the same product with low
monthly payments. Visit

www.adobe.com/go/cssubscription

to learn more.
Deliver high-impact print designs, moving fluidly and confidently from inspiration to

output without compromising quality or precision. Plus, create engaging digital magazines,
newspapers, annual reports, manuals, and other documents that incorporate eye-catching
elements such as 360° rotation and panoramas, all for playback on a range of tablet
devices. Also design elegant eBooks* with video and audio and greater control over layout
and typography. If you’re still using CS4 or CS3 Design Standard software, be sure to take a
look at the dozens of timesaving and creative features introduced since those releases.
Reliably and efficiently design and produce high-quality print documents, from business cards,

brochures, and billboards to magazines, newspapers, and annual reports. Also go beyond print,

captivating new audiences with beautifully designed eBooks, dynamic presentations, and immersive
digital magazines that marry the allure of interactivity with the quality of traditional print design.

Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard combines Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5,
Adobe InDesign CS5.5, and Adobe Acrobat X Pro. CS5.5 Design Standard also includes Adobe Bridge CS5
and Adobe Device Central CS5.5, and integration with Adobe CS Live online services.


If you’re currently using CS5 Design Standard, you’ll notice that the brand new features in this release

equip you to explore the possibilities of digital design while leveraging your expertise in print. If you’re
still using CS4 or CS3 Design Standard, you’ll find dozens of new and enhanced features for venturing
into new creative realms, expressing your ideas faster, and maximizing your design time by streamlining
critical non-design tasks.
Adobe
®
Creative Suite
®
5.5

Design Standard
Produce high-impact print designs and digital publications
Contents
Who uses Design Standard? 2
Top new benefits in Design Standard 2
Next-generation interactive documents in InDesign CS5.5 2
Enhanced eBook authoring in InDesign CS5.5 3
Increased efficiency for delivering more accessible publications 4
Powerful new and enhanced features in Acrobat X Pro 4
Still using Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design Standard? 6
Still using Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Standard? 7
About Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium 8
About Adobe Systems Incorporated 8
Preview interactive overlays—
including panorama views, 360°
rotation, scrolling and panning, and
embedded websites—within the
context of your publications using
Content Viewer for Desktop, one of
the Folio Producer tools included with
InDesign CS5.5.
*InDesign uses EPUB3 and HTML5 code to create eBooks with audio, video, and other advanced features. EPUB3 and HTML5 presentation, media
playback, and double-byte character support (e.g. Chinese, Japanese, Korean) may not be supported by all devices,browsers, or EPUB readers.
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What’s New
Top new benefits in

CS5.5 Design Standard
• Next-generation interactive
documents in InDesign CS5.5

(Page 2)
• Enhanced eBook authoring in
InDesign CS5.5 (Page 3)
• Increased efficiency for delivering
more accessible publications (Page 4)
• Powerful new and enhanced
features in Acrobat X Pro (Page 4)
Additional benefits
• Features introduced in

CS5 Design Standard (Page 6)
• Features introduced in

CS4 Design Standard (Page 7)
With Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard, you can:
Create innovative onscreen reading experiences.
Want to explore new business opportunities
and reach new audiences? Extend your ideas beyond print by authoring
beautifully designed
eBooks, along with dynamic documents and presentations. For tablet devices, craft a new genera
-
tion of interactive documents such as magazines, newspapers, annual reports, and manuals that
marry the allure of interactivity with the quality of traditional print design
.
Deliver exceptional designs faster than ever before.
Racing to meet another deadline? Save time
with enhanced features for delivering more accessible publications in InDesign CS5.5, as well as
powerful new and enhanced features in Acrobat X Pro.
CS5.5 Design Standard also includes dozens of timesaving features introduced in previous versions,
including Truer Edge selection technology and Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop, beautiful strokes
and accurate perspective drawing in Illustrator, and multiple page sizes in a single document and
simplified object selection in InDesign. You can also streamline creative reviews with CS Review,
one of the CS Live online services
†‡
that integrate with your design software.
Let your creativity flow.
Burning with a hot new idea? Use innovative tools introduced in
CS5 Design Standard to make even your wildest visions real without sacrificing quality or control.
For example, in Photoshop, paint much as you would with real-world brushes and paints, and in
Illustrator, use a vector-based Bristle Brush to produce lifelike brush strokes.
Who uses Design Standard?
Graphic designers
use Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard to design content for virtually any
kind of print project. Design Standard provides a comprehensive toolset that equips designers to
deliver high-impact print designs of all kinds quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively.
Graphic designers focused primarily on print increasingly confront client demands—and new
business opportunities—for designing an ever-expanding variety of digital documents that provide
immersive reading experiences on desktops, tablets, and e-readers.

Because of graphic designers’
grounding in the traditional disciplines of typography and layout, they are well-suited for creating
attention-getting yet readable, informative digital documents. Design Standard enables designers
to venture beyond print design while leveraging familiar tools, techniques, and skills.
Top new benefits in Design Standard
Next-generation interactive documents in InDesign CS5.5
Create innovative digital magazines, newspapers, annual reports, manuals, and other documents
that incorporate eye-catching elements such as 360° rotation and panoramas, using new Folio
Producer tools in InDesign CS5.5 and integration with the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite hosted
solution.
§
These interactive documents can be played back on a range of tablet devices such as
Apple iPad, RIM BlackBerry PlayBook and a wide variety of Android™ tablets including the Motorola
Xoom.
Begin by creating your layout with all the familiar typography, layout, and graphics features in
InDesign. Then use Folio Producer tools to add an interactive overlay to your layout, preview the
interactive overlay in context in InDesign, and export your layout to the .folio format for uploading to
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
§
To learn more about Adobe Folio Producer, visit
www.adobe.com/
products/adobefolioproducer.
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite
§
is a turnkey set of hosted services and viewer technology for
professional publishers that tightly integrates with Adobe InDesign CS5.5. For more information
about Adobe Digital Publishing Suite,
§

see
www.adobe.com/products/digitalpublishingsuite
.
Invite interaction
An interactive overlay is a component
of a publication that enables readers
to interact with the content. Using
the Overlay Creator panel, one of
the Folio Producer tools included in
InDesign CS5.5, add panoramic views,
360
°
rotation, scrolling and panning,
slide shows, embedded websites, and
hyperlinks. Then preview the inter
-
activity in context using the Content
Viewer for Desktop.
Interactive overlays are supported
in .folio documents, which you create
using the Folio Builder panel, another
Folio Producer tool. The .folio format
is used by Adobe Digital Publishing
Suite,
§
a new online service accessible
from within InDesign, which you can
use to package your documents for
delivery to tablet devices.
Learn about the newest features of
CS Live online services,
†‡
which are
complimentary until April 12, 2012.
Visit
www.adobe.com/go/cslive
for
details.
§
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite requires a separate license and payment of associated fee(s). See
www.adobe.com/products/
digitalpublishingsuite
for more information.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
Enhanced eBook authoring in InDesign CS5.5
As eBook reading devices grow ever more sophisticated, InDesign lets designers keep pace. Create
visually compelling eBooks that take advantage of advanced capabilities in devices such as the
Apple iPad, Sony Reader, and Barnes & Noble nook.*
• Transform the eBook reading experience with compelling video and audio—whether it’s a
soundtrack in a children’s book, a virtual-walkthrough video in a travel guide, or contemporary
news footage in a history book. In InDesign CS5.5, add video and audio for eBook reader
applications that support HTML5 video and audio tags.
• Deliver eBooks with images that resize automatically to look crisp on a wide variety of screens.
Set conversion options for the entire document or individual images when you export to EPUB
format. You can also rasterize InDesign shapes, text frames, placed graphics, and groups created
in InDesign so that they export as dynamically resizing images.
• Save time and improve consistency by using styles to automate text formatting. Now you can
map paragraph and character styles directly to HTML, EPUB, and PDF tags to help ensure that
styles you define in InDesign are correctly exported to the appropriate specifications. Drop caps,
bulleted and numbered lists, and tables are handled automatically, and other text formatting
appears as desired in exported documents. For more advanced workflows, you can add CSS class
names and enter your own tags.
In InDesign, you can map styles to HTML,
EPUB, or PDF tags in the Export Tagging
pane of the Paragraph Style Options and
Character Style Options dialog boxes.
Though the tags don't affect the appearance
of the layout in InDesign (below right, in
color), they're mapped to the correct
specifications when you export HTML,
EPUB, or PDF documents for display in
Adobe Digital Editions (below right, in black
and white).
To make images resize automatically
to fit difference device screens, use the
Object Export Options dialog box in
InDesign. Select Custom Conversion,
and then choose Relative To Page
Width from the Size menu. (If you
don’t want the image to resize, choose
Fixed from the Size menu instead.) The
image size automatically adjusts to the
page width in different layouts (right),
displayed here on two different
devices in Adobe Digital Editions—
digital reading software from Adobe.
Adobe Digital Editions
Adobe Digital Editions software offers
an engaging way to view and manage
eBooks and other digital publications.
Use it to download and purchase
digital content, which can be read
both online and offline. Transfer copy-
protected eBooks from your personal
computer to other computers or
devices. Organize your eBooks into
a custom library and annotate pages.
To learn from about Adobe Digital
Editions, visit
www.adobe.com/
products/digitaleditions.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
• Use the new Articles panel to provide a coherent reading experience when you export a complex
layout—for example, a textbook or children’s picture book—that includes a variety of elements
such as images, captions, sidebars, and block quotes. Drag layout elements into the Articles panel
to define the order in which they’ll export—without rearranging your InDesign layout.
Increased efficiency for delivering more accessible publications
Use enhanced features in InDesign CS5.5 and Acrobat X Pro to help you deliver publications that
meet Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 standards and improve accessibility for people with disabilities. In
InDesign, apply features such as high-contrast colors and large-type display more easily, and more
easily add, edit, and view alt text attributes associated with an image or object. For example, instead
of creating new alt text, use alt text added to an image in Adobe Bridge or attached to an object
imported from Microsoft Word. Also use the new Object Export Options dialog box to more easily
add alt text directly in InDesign. When you've completed the accessible layout in InDesign, export it
in PDF format, and then check, adjust, and validate it in Acrobat X Pro.
Powerful new and enhanced features in Acrobat X Pro
Prevail over deadlines with professional PDF workflows using Acrobat X Pro. Automate routine tasks,
streamline document reviews, and assemble a variety of file types into a polished PDF Portfolio.
• Quick Tools.
Quickly access the tools you use most often—from your favorite PDF document-
editing tools to your most frequently used comment and markup tools—by adding them to the
Quick Tools area.
• Optimized viewing mode.
Maximize your screen for optimal reading and presentation of PDF
files with the new Reading Mode. Menus and panels disappear and a transparent floating toolbar
appears to help you navigate PDF files more easily.
• Improved web experience.
Open and view online PDF documents from within websites with a
streamlined loading and viewing experience.
Photoshop CS5 built to run on
64-bit operating systems
Photoshop CS5 is 64-bit native,
which means even faster image edit
-
ing on Mac OS and Windows. (Design
Standard can also install a 32-bit
version of Photoshop, if you do not
have a 64-bit system.)
Drag content from your
InDesign layout (right)—
including images, threaded
text, or separate text blocks
such as captions and block
quotes—into the Articles
panel (above). Then drag
them so that they appear in
a logical reading sequence
when exported.
Alternate (alt) text is a brief description of a photograph or
illustration that can be read by screen readers used by people
with disabilities. Add alt text directly in InDesign (above), or use
alt text added to placed images and objects.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
• PDF Portfolio customization.
Easily customize PDF Portfolios with included layouts, visual
themes, and color palettes. Add corporate logos and colors to reflect your branding. Import
custom PDF Portfolio layouts and themes developed by third-party designers and developers.
• Action Wizard.
Automate routine, multistep tasks using the new Action Wizard to more easily
create, manage, execute, and share Actions. An Action is a sequence of steps that can be applied to
a single PDF or to batches of files.
In the Acrobat Tools pane (below), the
Action Wizard enables you to create new
Actions and edit existing Actions. The
Edit Action dialog box (right) allows you
to drag steps into an Action, or sequence,
that you can apply repeatedly in order to
save time.
Impress a client or prospect with an easy-to-
create, customized PDF Portfolio. Brand new
in Acrobat X Pro, visual themes provide many
options for quickly changing the look and feel
of a PDF Portfolio—without custom coding
or writing scripts. You can also create custom
visual themes using Adobe Creative Suite
applications such as Illustrator, and easily
share your visual themes with others.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
Still using Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design Standard?
If you’re considering upgrading to CS5.5 Design Standard, remember that you’ll benefit from all

the new features described above, as well as all the features introduced in CS5 Design Standard.
They include features for:
Exploring new creative realms
• Realistic painting effects with Photoshop.
New tools enable you to paint in much the same way
you would using real-world brushes and paints. With a new Mixer Brush tool, new bristle
qualities, and new ways to blend colors, Photoshop offers virtually endless possibilities for
creating outstanding expressive effects, from enhancing photographic images in unusual ways to
painting directly on a blank canvas.
• Puppet Warp in Photoshop.
Precisely warp or stretch graphics, text, or image elements to create
unique new looks for your designs, or to make an image more appealing or fit a specific layout.
Simply establish anchor points where you want image parts not to move, and handles that you
can use for warping. Then drag any of the handles to reposition the picture elements. After you
reposition an object, Photoshop adjusts the rest of the image to account for the shifted pixels.
• Fluid vector painting with Illustrator.
Enjoy the editability and flexibility of vectors along with
the experience and expressiveness of painting in natural media. Paint freely with the vector-
based Bristle Brush to produce lifelike brush strokes. Each brush stroke creates a path that can be
edited just as easily as if it had been created with the Pen or Pencil tool in Illustrator. A preview
window shows you how the Bristle Brush and its brush stroke will look.
Expressing your ideas faster
• Truer Edge selection technology in Photoshop.
Take advantage of a faster way to extract
subjects from their backgrounds and create realistic composites. New intelligent selection
technology offers better edge detection and faster, more accurate masking for complex subjects,
such as hair. Automatic color decontamination helps you eliminate background color around the
edges of a selection, resulting in more seamless compositions when placing extracted subjects
on new backgrounds.
• Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop.
Remove any image detail or object and watch as Content-
Aware Fill magically fills in the space left behind. This breakthrough technology matches lighting,
tone, and noise so it looks as if the removed content never existed.
• Beautiful strokes with Illustrator.
Whether you’re designing a complex infographic or a simple
icon, finessing the details of strokes is an essential task. Illustrator includes several powerful
features that make working with strokes more precise and flexible, including variable-width
strokes, precise arrowheads, dashed-line controls, stretch controls for brushes, and brushes with
corner controls.
• Perspective drawing in Illustrator.
Use perspective grids to draw shapes and scenes in accurate
1-, 2-, and 3-point linear perspectives. The Perspective Grid tool enables you to turn on a grid
that supports drawing directly on planes of true perspective. The Perspective Selection tool
allows objects to be moved, scaled, duplicated, and transformed dynamically in perspective.
• Simplified object selection and editing in InDesign.
Whether you’re designing a document that
will be printed, viewed onscreen, or both, everything from aligning and distributing space
between objects to adjusting corner effects is faster and easier in InDesign. Perform multiple
transformations with a single tool, adjust the white space between objects, create corner effects
directly on a frame, and create grids by simply pressing arrow keys to add columns and rows.
• Multiple page sizes in a single InDesign document.
Streamline design and production of
projects with multiple page sizes by including different page sizes in a single InDesign document.
Use the Page Selection tool to select and resize individual pages, applying resizing options in the
Control panel. Easily share design assets by applying the same master page to different-sized
layouts while controlling the placement of master elements in each individual layout.
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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard
What’s New
• Paragraphs that span or split columns in InDesign.
Quickly format headlines, subheads, or any
text to span multiple columns in a single text frame. Apply settings to a paragraph, specifying
whether the text should span some or all columns, or split columns, so that InDesign automati
-
cally reflows what was one column into two or more columns.
• Convenient visual browsing and asset handling with Adobe Mini Bridge.
Take advantage of a
customizable panel in Photoshop and InDesign to sort, filter, and drag files directly into your
artwork or layout without ever leaving your design software.
• Faster performance across platforms with Photoshop.
Speed up day-to-day imaging tasks and
process very large images up to 10 times faster by taking advantage of cross-platform 64-bit
support. (Requires a 64-bit-capable computer with a 64-bit version of Mac OS, Microsoft®
Windows® 7, or Windows Vista®. Actual performance varies depending on the amount of RAM,
driver types, and other factors.)
Maximizing your design time by streamlining critical non-design tasks
• Accelerated reviews through integration with Adobe CS Review.
Enjoy faster, more efficient
creative reviews with CS Review, an Adobe CS Live online service
†‡
that integrates with compo
-
nents of CS5.5 Design Standard. Initiate shared reviews with just a few clicks from within
Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign—simply click Access CS Live in the Application bar to open
the CS Review panel. Then create a new review, add your layout or artwork, and invite colleagues
or clients to view it online. They receive an email invitation with a link—one click and they see
the document displayed in their web browser.
Creating dynamic onscreen reading experiences
• Dynamic digital documents with InDesign.
Add attention-grabbing interactivity, animation,
video, and sound to digital documents and presentations in your familiar design software.
InDesign CS5.5 includes support for FLV video and MP3 audio files, as well as dozens of motion
presets that make it easy to create animations. Export a document or presentation from InDesign
to SWF format for playback in Adobe Flash® Player or a web browser. Or export a document as an
interactive PDF file, complete with video and sound. Five panels introduced in InDesign CS5
provide intuitive controls that enable you to create a wealth of dazzling effects.
Still using Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Standard?
If you’re considering upgrading to CS5.5 Design Standard, remember that you’ll benefit from all the
new features described above, as well as all the new features introduced in CS4 Design Standard.
They include:
• Content-Aware Scaling in Photoshop.
Automatically recompose an image as you resize it,
smartly preserving vital areas as the image adapts to the new dimensions. Get the perfect image
in one step without time-intensive cropping and retouching.
• Smoother panning and zooming and fluid canvas rotation in Photoshop.
Navigate gracefully to
any area of an image with new, ultra-smooth zooming and panning. Just click to smoothly turn
your canvas for distortion-free viewing at any angle—no more tilting your head while painting
and drawing.
• Multiple artboards in Illustrator.
Create files containing up to 100 artboards of varying sizes, and
display them any way you want—overlapping, side by side, or stacked. Save, export, and print
artboards independently or together. Save a selected range or all artboards as a multipage PDF file.
• Blob Brush tool in Illustrator.
Sketch with a brush that generates a single clean vector shape,
even when strokes overlap. Draw naturally, using the Blob Brush tool together with the Eraser
and Smooth tools.
• Gradients exposed.
Interact with gradients right on your object; set gradient angle, position, and
elliptical dimensions; and add and edit colors using sliders—all with immediate feedback where
you work.
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*InDesign uses EPUB3 and HTML5 code to create eBooks with audio, video, and other advanced features. EPUB3 and HTML5

presentation, media playback, and double-byte character support (e.g. Chinese, Japanese, Korean) may not be supported by all
devices,browsers, or EPUB readers.

CS Live online services are complimentary for a limited time. See
www.adobe.com/go/cslive
for details.

Adobe online services, including Adobe CS Live Services, are available only to users 13 and older and require agreement to additional
terms and Adobe’s online privacy policy (available at
www.adobe.com/go/terms
). Online services are not available in all countries or
languages, may require user registration and may be subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Additional fees or subscription
charges may apply.
§
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite requires a separate license and payment of associated fee(s). See
www.adobe.com/products/
digitalpublishingsuite
for more information.
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For more information
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System requirements
Windows
• Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor
• Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack
3; Windows Vista® Home Premium, Busi
-
ness, Ultimate, or Enterprise with Service
Pack 1 (Service Pack 2 recommended); or
Windows 7
• 1GB of RAM or more recommended
• 7.7GB of available hard-disk space for
installation; additional free space required
during installation (cannot install on remov
-
able flash storage devices)
• 1024x768 display (1280x800 recom
-
mended) with qualified hardware-

accelerated OpenGL graphics card,

16-bit color, and 256MB of VRAM
• Some GPU-accelerated features require
graphics support for Shader Model 3.0 and
OpenGL 2.0
• Some features in Adobe Bridge rely on a
DirectX 9–capable graphics card with at
least 64MB of VRAM
• DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-layer
DVDs
• QuickTime 7.6.2 software required for
multimedia features
• Adobe Flash® Player 10 software required to
export SWF files
• Broadband Internet connection required for
online services and to validate Subscription
Edition (if applicable) on an ongoing basis
†‡
Mac OS
• Multicore Intel® processor
• Mac OS X v10.5.8 or v10.6
• 1GB of RAM or more recommended
• 8.2GB of available hard-disk space for instal
-
lation; additional free space required during
installation (cannot install on a volume
that uses a case-sensitive file system or on
removable flash storage devices)
• 1024x768 display (1280x800 recom
-
mended) with qualified hardware-

accelerated OpenGL graphics card,

16-bit color, and 256MB of VRAM
• Some GPU-accelerated features require
graphics support for Shader Model 3.0 and
OpenGL 2.0
• DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-

layer DVDs
• QuickTime 7.6.2 software required for
multimedia features
• Adobe Flash® Player 10 software required to
export SWF files
• Broadband Internet connection required for
online services and to validate Subscription
Edition (if applicable) on an ongoing basis
†‡
For updates to system requirements, visit
www.adobe.com/go/

designpremium_systemreqs.
• Multi-file place in InDesign.
Import several different files in one step. See thumbnail views of the
different files, and cycle through them until you find the one or more you want to place.
• Customizable Links panel in InDesign.
Find, sort, and manage all of your document’s placed
files in the customizable Links panel. View attributes that are most critical to your workflow, such
as scale, rotation, and resolution.
• Live Preflight in InDesign.
Preflight while you design. Continuous preflighting alerts you to
potential production problems in real time so you can quickly navigate to a problem, fix it directly
in layout, and keep working.
• Export from InDesign to Flash Professional.
Work seamlessly with interactive developers by hand
-
ing off InDesign layouts to Flash Professional without compromising visual fidelity or editability.
• Enhanced preflighting in Acrobat Pro.
Control costs and reduce errors more effectively. Provide
preflighting instructions and custom PDF export presets. Automatically validate files and easily fix
issues from faulty hairlines to transparency handling, and more.
About Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium
For design professionals who need to design and develop content for a wide range of media,
including print, web, interactive, and mobile devices, Adobe offers Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design
Premium software. Design Premium combines Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended, Illustrator CS5,
InDesign CS5.5, Dreamweaver CS5.5, Flash Professional CS5.5, Flash Catalyst CS5.5, Fireworks CS5,
and Acrobat X Pro software, as well as Adobe Bridge CS5 and Device Central CS5 software and
integration with Adobe CS Live online services.
†‡
For more information, see "Adobe Creative Suite
5.5 Design Premium What's New."
About Adobe Systems Incorporated
Adobe is the world’s leading provider of software solutions to create, manage, and deliver high-
impact, reliable print and digital content. For more information, visit
www.adobe.com
.