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Thu 24th Jun 2010

Frequent New Releases from Adobe Underline the Need for Adobe Training

Adobe software is a household name. All across the world people use Adobe every day on both P.C. and Mac computers for a variety of reasons. Adobe programs are installed on a huge number of computers, from the basic flash player that is used constantly to high tech professional programs like Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Acrobat Professional. Their programs are known for being easy to use whilst not holding back on professional application.

Adobe's list of released programs grows every month. They are constantly updating successful software and bringing out new programs to address the newest needs of the IT profession. The constant development of the software, such as this months release of the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 underlines the need to stay up to date with any programs that are useful to you. Getting the most out of a new tool will save you time and money in the long run, so it is definitely worth considering taking Adobe training courses now.


There are many other examples of Adobe updating their software over the last couple of months. Last month they announced an extension to their popular Adobe Dreamweaver website design software. The Adobe HTML5 pack is an extension to Dreamweaver CS5 allowing for a wider variety of creative potential for Adobe Creative Suite 5 users. Adobe commissioned this extension as a response to customer requests. Adobe take pride in their ability to react to customer feedback which is why there are so frequently software updates.

There are many ways that you can take Adobe training courses these include E-Learning formats, in classroom training and on site courses. Finding the right courses to suit you and your staff is essential to help you to get the most out of your new software.

Follow the link to see the whole range of Adobe training courses, they cover all of the different Adobe software available, Adobe courses are available for both professional and amateur users.