updated 09:55 am EST, Thu February 9, 2006
Adobe Acrobat updates
Adobe today posted updates to its Acrobat software, which offers sophisticated control over PDF creation and workflows. The Acrobat 7.07 update is available for both Professional and Standard editions, bringing new functionality, bug fixes, and security updates. The updates deliver support for new 3D content, allowing users to view, interact with, annotate, and measure 3D content embedded in PDF documents created with Adobe Acrobat 3D as well as view and interact with the 3D model tree. Both updates also offer additional stability improvements, according to Adobe. Adobe also updates its freeware Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.07, which brings the same changes as well as improved support for static and dynamic PDF forms created or enabled by Adobe LiveCycle.