Microsoft Adds to Graphics Software Palette

Created: Wednesday, August 17, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:33 am



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Microsoft is readying at least two new products aimed at professional designers as part of an aggressive push into the graphics software market. On Monday, the company is expected to release a second test version of a program code-named Acrylic that’s aimed at allowing designers to easily create art for Web pages. Microsoft released an initial prerelease version of the Acrylic software in June. Microsoft is also working on a separate graphics product, which was recently described by server and tools chief Eric Rudder during a presentation at a company meeting for financial analysts. More on CNET News.com


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