Adobe threatens Microsoft over Office 2007 PDF feature

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  1. techtronic

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    Will Microsoft Crush Adobe ?

    Adobe's chief executive officer Bruce Chizen told the German magazine Euro that his company is providing the EU commission information about Microsoft's plans to offer the capability to export documents to PDF files in its upcoming Office 2007 package. However, the executive did not rule out the possibility that Adobe will sue Microsoft over the feature.

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    http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/11/20/adobe_microsoft_pdf_office_2007/
     
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    Thanks for the info
     
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    nows dats one more headache to microsoft..... Thanks for d news though
     
  4. deepak.krishnan

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    But wuts the point if common office users cant make their on pdf docs without having Adobe's suite????
    I think it is better if Adobe allows MS to have the pdf conversion utility along with MS Office 2007..........
    Anyway I have MS office 2007 Beta and it comes to my use constantly
     
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    open office has got the feature right
    then why cant ms have the damn pdf option!!!!
     
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    One Important Factor to be noted is OpenOffice.org is not Commercial Software that requires Licenses,so no Issues

    On the other hand,Microsoft and Sum are not so good pals
     
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    O god not again Microsft is evrybodies favrt punching bag ;-(
     
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