Lets's Talk Computers - Adobe  February 28, 2004
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Interview on February 28, 2004
Graphics Manipulation     Guest: Scott Kelby
As developers of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Photoshop, Adobe is one of the world's largest software companies, generating annual revenues exceeding US$1 billion. Adobe helps people and businesses communicate better through its world-leading digital imaging, design and document technology platforms for consumers, creative professionals and enterprises.

Scott Kelby, President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals explains the latest updates to Photoshop in the new CS release. Create original images or modify photos using a full assortment of painting, drawing, and retouching tools with the latest features to show why Adobe is the industry standard in graphics.
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