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Win iPads when you purchase Adobe Creative Cloud

02 May 2013

A proud reseller of Adobe Creative Cloud, Digital Arena says users can become more creative, with the sharpest tools.

Through Adobe’s new subscription approach, you can enjoy an ongoing membership, which gives your team access to all of the Adobe Creative Suite 6 desktop applications, plus Adobe Muse, Acrobat XI, Lightroom 4, Edge tools and services, and more.

CCT makes it easy to collaborate through file sharing with 100GB per seat of cloud-based storage, and provides services for publishing websites, iPad apps, and more.

Being membership based, your team members get access to new applications and feature updates as soon as they are released, giving them the ability to stay ahead of the curve.

Further benefits include:

· Create iPad apps using Adobe InDesign CS6 with DPS Desktop tools· Produce websites with Adobe Edge and Muse – without the need for Flash· Translate your brochure/publication to iPad with Adobe DPS· Create interactive Acrobat PDF forms· Embrace Photoshop and InDesign scripting to ease your pains (for example resizing images and filing them automatically)· Answer your InDesign questions and so much more…

Check out the video below:

For a limited time only, when you purchase Adobe Creative Cloud for teams you will go into the draw to WIN 1 of 3 Apple iPad Minis.

For more information click here

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