Software made by Adobe System Incorporated

Windows 9x/ME / Utility

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Acrobat 3.0 3.00

This is ADOBE Acrobat reader 3.00 for Windows 95

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Windows 3.x / Office

DE

Acrobat Reader 1.0 1.0

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Windows 3.x / Office

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Acrobat Reader 16-bit 3.01

Acrobat Reader 3.01 is the last version of Adobe Acrobat available in 16-bit to support Windows 3.1 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11. The Acrobat Reader 3.01 installer is offered here in two formats for you to choose from, with and without the Acrobat Search & AutoIndx plug-ins. Either version will install the full version of Acrobat Reader 3.01 and the Search plug-ins are not required for the software to work, but they do add the ability to search within PDF documents on the local hard disk, CD-ROMs, and local area network. If you install the Acrobat Reader with Search version, see the "HELP" folder in the installation folder (Default is C:\ACROBAT3\READ16) for the Acrobat Search Online Guide.

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DOS / Office

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Acrobat Reader for DOS 1.0

PDF Reader for DOS

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Windows 3.x / Multimedia

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Adobe Photoshop 3.0.5 3.0.5

Last version for Windows 3.1, serial number included. Simply extract files from zip file and run setup.exe.

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Windows 9x/ME / Office

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Adobe StreamLine 4.0 4.0

Adobe StreamLine for windows 95

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Windows 3.x / System

IT

Adobe Type Manager 2.02

Adobe Type Manager is a software font enhancement suite for Microsoft Windows 3.0 and 3.1. The software patches the OS native font rendering system, introducing Postscript TYPE1 font support, for both display and printer canvas. Two disks of TYPE1 fonts are also provided. The software is archived as separate floppy images (WinImage format)

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Windows 3.x / Office

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Adobe Type Manager 3.02

Adds support for Adobe Type 1 fonts to Windows 3.x. It was the first scalable font format supported by Windows before 3.1 brought TTF support.

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Windows 9x/ME / Office

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PageMaker 6.5

PageMaker was one of the first desktop publishing programs, introduced in 1985 by Aldus Corporation,[1] initially for the then-new Apple Macintosh and in 1987 for PCs running Windows 1.0.[2] PageMaker was awarded an SPA Excellence in Software Award for Best New Use of a Computer in 1986. PageMaker relies on Adobe Systems' PostScript page description language, and in 1994 Adobe Systems acquired Aldus and PageMaker.

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