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211 OpenType fonts available with Creative Suite

Oct 6, 2003 8:52 PM

(This message last edited 17 Jan 2004 to clarify details and remove one font from the list.)

Bonus fonts bundled only with the Creative Suite - and not with the individual programs sold separately - are the *entire* Warnock Pro Opticals family. Additionally, the entire Brioso Pro opticals family is offered as an online registration incentive for North American customers, as one of several choices of bonus goodies. If you get both, that's an extra 74 fonts! If you buy the applications separately, you still get 137 fonts, mind you.

If one buys single applications, they come with fewer fonts. To check out the differences, see the comparison here: Robert Levine, "Creative Suite vs. InDesign CS vs. Illustrator CS bundled fonts" #12, 5 Nov 2003 7:58 am"> "Creative Suite vs. InDesign CS vs. Illustrator CS bundled fonts"

Below are the fonts you get in both "standard" and "premium" versions of the Creative Suite (the professional edition does not add more fonts). All of this, including the registration bonus, applies to educational purchasers as well as the regular retail versions of the applications.

Families represented:
(scroll down further if you want to see the list of individual fonts)

Adobe Caslon Pro
Adobe Ming Std
Adobe Myungjo Std
Adobe Garamond Pro
Adobe Jenson Pro
Bernhard Modern Std
Birch Std
Brioso Pro
Brush Script Std
Caflisch Script Pro
Century Old Style Std
Chaparral Pro
Charlemagne Std
Courier Std
Giddyup Std
Kozuka Gothic Pro
Kozuka Mincho Pro
Letter Gothic Std
Lithos Pro
Minion Pro
Myriad Pro
Myriad Std (Tilt & Sketch)
News Gothic Std
Nueva Std
Poplar Std
Prestige Elite Std
Rosewood Std
Ryo Kana Std
Stencil Std
Trajan Pro
Viva Std
Warnock Pro
Woodtype Ornaments Std

The full list of individual fonts in the suite:

ACaslonPro-Bold.otf
ACaslonPro-BoldItalic.otf
ACaslonPro-Italic.otf
ACaslonPro-Regular.otf
ACaslonPro-Semibold.otf
ACaslonPro-SemiboldItalic.otf
AdobeMingStd-Light.otf
AdobeMyungjoStd-Medium.otf
AGaramondPro-Bold.otf
AGaramondPro-BoldItalic.otf
AGaramondPro-Italic.otf
AGaramondPro-Regular.otf
AGaramondPro-Semibold.otf
AGaramondPro-SemiboldItalic.otf
AJensonPro-Bold.otf
AJensonPro-BoldIt.otf
AJensonPro-It.otf
AJensonPro-Lt.otf
AJensonPro-LtIt.otf
AJensonPro-Regular.otf
AJensonPro-Semibold.otf
AJensonPro-SemiboldIt.otf
BernhardModernStd-Bold.otf
BernhardModernStd-BoldIt.otf
BernhardModernStd-Italic.otf
BernhardModernStd-Roman.otf
BirchStd.otf
BriosoPro-Bold.otf
BriosoPro-BoldCapt.otf
BriosoPro-BoldDisp.otf
BriosoPro-BoldIt.otf
BriosoPro-BoldItCapt.otf
BriosoPro-BoldItDisp.otf
BriosoPro-BoldItSubh.otf
BriosoPro-BoldSubh.otf
BriosoPro-Capt.otf
BriosoPro-Disp.otf
BriosoPro-Italic.otf
BriosoPro-ItCapt.otf
BriosoPro-ItDisp.otf
BriosoPro-ItSubh.otf
BriosoPro-Light.otf
BriosoPro-LightCapt.otf
BriosoPro-LightDisp.otf
BriosoPro-LightIt.otf
BriosoPro-LightItCapt.otf
BriosoPro-LightItDisp.otf
BriosoPro-LightItSubh.otf
BriosoPro-LightPoster.otf
BriosoPro-LightPosterIt.otf
BriosoPro-LightSubh.otf
BriosoPro-Medium.otf
BriosoPro-MediumCapt.otf
BriosoPro-MediumDisp.otf
BriosoPro-MediumIt.otf
BriosoPro-MediumItCapt.otf
BriosoPro-MediumItDisp.otf
BriosoPro-MediumItSubh.otf
BriosoPro-MediumSubh.otf
BriosoPro-Regular.otf
BriosoPro-Semibold.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldCapt.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldDisp.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldIt.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldItCapt.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldItDisp.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldItSubh.otf
BriosoPro-SemiboldSubh.otf
BriosoPro-Subh.otf
BrushScriptStd.otf
CaflischScriptPro-Regular.otf
CenturyOldStyleStd-Bold.otf
CenturyOldStyleStd-Italic.otf
CenturyOldStyleStd-Regular.otf
ChaparralPro-Bold.otf
ChaparralPro-BoldIt.otf
ChaparralPro-Italic.otf
ChaparralPro-Light.otf
ChaparralPro-LightIt.otf
ChaparralPro-Regular.otf
ChaparralPro-Semibold.otf
ChaparralPro-SemiboldIt.otf
CharlemagneStd-Bold.otf
CharlemagneStd-Regular.otf
CourierStd-Bold.otf
CourierStd-BoldOblique.otf
CourierStd-Oblique.otf
CourierStd.otf
GiddyupStd.otf
KozGoPro-Heavy.otf
KozGoPro-Medium.otf
KozGoStd-Bold.otf
KozGoStd-ExtraLight.otf
KozGoStd-Heavy.otf
KozGoStd-Light.otf
KozGoStd-Medium.otf
KozGoStd-Regular.otf
KozMinPro-Bold.otf
KozMinPro-Heavy.otf
KozMinPro-Light.otf
KozMinPro-Medium.otf
KozMinStd-Bold.otf
KozMinStd-ExtraLight.otf
KozMinStd-Heavy.otf
KozMinStd-Light.otf
KozMinStd-Medium.otf
KozMinStd-Regular.otf
LetterGothicStd-Bold.otf
LetterGothicStd-BoldSlanted.otf
LetterGothicStd-Slanted.otf
LetterGothicStd.otf
LithosPro-Black.otf
LithosPro-Bold.otf
LithosPro-ExtraLight.otf
LithosPro-Light.otf
LithosPro-Regular.otf
MesquiteStd.otf
MinionPro-Bold.otf
MinionPro-BoldIt.otf
MinionPro-It.otf
MinionPro-Regular.otf
MinionPro-Semibold.otf
MinionPro-SemiboldIt.otf
MinionStd-Black.otf
MyriadPro-Black.otf
MyriadPro-BlackCond.otf
MyriadPro-BlackCondIt.otf
MyriadPro-BlackIt.otf
MyriadPro-Bold.otf
MyriadPro-BoldCond.otf
MyriadPro-BoldCondIt.otf
MyriadPro-BoldIt.otf
MyriadPro-Cond.otf
MyriadPro-CondIt.otf
MyriadPro-It.otf
MyriadPro-Light.otf
MyriadPro-LightCond.otf
MyriadPro-LightCondIt.otf
MyriadPro-LightIt.otf
MyriadPro-Regular.otf
MyriadPro-Semibold.otf
MyriadPro-SemiboldCond.otf
MyriadPro-SemiboldCondIt.otf
MyriadPro-SemiboldIt.otf
MyriadStd-Sketch.otf
MyriadStd-Tilt.otf
NewsGothicStd-Bold.otf
NewsGothicStd-BoldOblique.otf
NewsGothicStd-Oblique.otf
NewsGothicStd.otf
NuevaStd-Bold.otf
NuevaStd-BoldItalic.otf
NuevaStd-Italic.otf
NuevaStd-Light.otf
NuevaStd-LightItalic.otf
NuevaStd-Regular.otf
PoplarStd.otf
PrestigeEliteStd-Bd.otf
PrestigeEliteStd-BdSlanted.otf
PrestigeEliteStd-Slanted.otf
PrestigeEliteStd.otf
RosewoodStd-Fill.otf
RosewoodStd-Regular.otf
RyoDispStd-Bold.otf
RyoDispStd-ExtraBold.otf
RyoDispStd-Heavy.otf
RyoDispStd-Medium.otf
RyoDispStd-SemiBold.otf
RyoTextStd-ExtraLight.otf
RyoTextStd-Light.otf
RyoTextStd-Medium.otf
RyoTextStd-Regular.otf
StencilStd.otf
TrajanPro-Bold.otf
TrajanPro-Regular.otf
VivaStd-Bold.otf
VivaStd-Light.otf
VivaStd-Regular.otf
WarnockPro-Bold.otf
WarnockPro-BoldCapt.otf
WarnockPro-BoldDisp.otf
WarnockPro-BoldIt.otf
WarnockPro-BoldItCapt.otf
WarnockPro-BoldItDisp.otf
WarnockPro-BoldItSubh.otf
WarnockPro-BoldSubh.otf
WarnockPro-Capt.otf
WarnockPro-Disp.otf
WarnockPro-It.otf
WarnockPro-ItCapt.otf
WarnockPro-ItDisp.otf
WarnockPro-ItSubh.otf
WarnockPro-Light.otf
WarnockPro-LightCapt.otf
WarnockPro-LightDisp.otf
WarnockPro-LightIt.otf
WarnockPro-LightItCapt.otf
WarnockPro-LightItDisp.otf
WarnockPro-LightItSubh.otf
WarnockPro-LightSubh.otf
WarnockPro-Regular.otf
WarnockPro-Semibold.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldCapt.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldDisp.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldIt.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldItCapt.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldItDisp.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldItSubh.otf
WarnockPro-SemiboldSubh.otf
WarnockPro-Subh.otf
WoodtypeOrnamentsStd.otf
 
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    Oct 6, 2003 11:29 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Wow!

    What a post. Thanks Thomas, very interesting news.

    George
     
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    Oct 7, 2003 6:44 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thanks, Thomas. This makes the Chicken Suite definitely worth it to me, especially since I don't have InDesign yet and I'm so looking forward to liberate myself from the confounded Quark XPress Passport hardware dongle.
     
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    Oct 7, 2003 6:49 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Fantastic!
     
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    Oct 7, 2003 8:12 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Aargh! And I just bought the entire Brioso Pro family for a project I'm working on... It is a beautiful font, that's for sure. I especially like the light poster version, and the large number of variations on many letters.

    David
     
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    Oct 7, 2003 9:51 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas! You answered the question I was just about to send to you via email. Thank you!!
     
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    Oct 8, 2003 6:13 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas,

    Thanks for the list -- very helpful.

    Neil
     
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    Oct 9, 2003 6:52 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Hmm ... A brilliant offering! I'm sure Adobe will make a large gain in market share on this one.

    Mr. Phinney, will the fonts be in the Academic version?

    Regards,
    Victor Lee.
     
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    Oct 10, 2003 1:19 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas

    You may remember that I have commented previously (on the InDesign list) about differences in Font options between N. America and Europe. This was based on the fact that in Europe we can only get whole font families. Consequently I could not fill in the gaps of the trimmed down Adobe Caslon Pro that came with InD 2 (it was missing the Bold) without buying the whole set. Now we have this Brioso Pro difference. Why? Are we less literate over here :-)

    So when are we going to get equality in fonts?

    Jeremy Rushton
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    Scotland
    (Geologist interested in typography)
     
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    Oct 10, 2003 1:54 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas,

    Is that registration incentive just for the suite or for individual apps?

    Bob
     
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    Oct 10, 2003 2:11 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas

    Thanks for your good wishes. You at least have my business - and this fonts offer will probably have persuaded me to upgrade to the full CS suite sooner rather than later (even without the Brioso (although from the pdf I downloaded, it is a VERY nice font set)).

    .....and that will give me the full Caslon at last.....:-)

    Regards

    Jeremy
     
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    Oct 10, 2003 2:14 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas,

    Sorry to say it - but I think it is about time that some Adobe executive
    *did* get ticked off!

    This is by no means the first time that Adobe have managed to differentiate
    between the world (except the US & Cananda) and your home patch to a
    considerable degree. If it were only timing issues (having to wait a few
    weeks to get something already released in the US) then that is annoying
    enough. If it were only the considerably higher prices that are common
    (i.e. USD = GBP) again - that is just how things are. When it gets to
    changing the specifications of the product and 'extras' it is beyond
    acceptable. (I do understand that licensing issues may be a problem in some
    cases, but not, I think, here.)

    Your personal appreciation of European customers may be strong - but it
    often feels marginal in much of the US software industry. In this case it
    distinctly feels that it simply does not exist.

    Rod
     
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    Oct 11, 2003 4:06 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    If you think things are bad in Europe, try shopping for software down here in New Zealand! Last year, I tried to purchase a new edition of a program (not an Adobe program) that had been released in the US and despite being continually reassuured by their Australian agent that they were doing all they could, I got referred to numerous retailers, told lots of untruths, and had to wait for about six months before I finally was sent a copy.

    To add insult to injury, if I'd been of a mind to use a pirated version, I could have had it about five months earlier. Given that kind of poor customer service and the better service the pirates seem to offer, I'm not suprised the pirates are thriving!
     
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    Oct 12, 2003 7:06 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Dominic,

    I certainly sympathize with the problems. I believe that international software distribution licensing depends a lot upon the quirks of dealing with third parties in countries where, everything from business customs and local laws to financial resources and product availability all conspire to work against the consumer.

    I don't claim to know anything about real-world software product distribution. But just thinking about it for a moment, one solution for many end users might be -- if it were possible to overhaul the entire distribution scheme -- for local distributors to have exclusive distribution only for local mail order or in-store placement of physical product, along with product support for just what they sell; but that downloads and international mail order could still be easily, economically and/or legally obtained from the same distribution streams as are readily available to Americans, with support through these forums or with contact with Adobe USA. It might also prompt the local distributors to take a more aggressive marketing, sales and support track to the benefit of their local customer base. On the other hand, such a scheme might backfire, and the local distributors might simply give up the market rather than compete. I'm sure that there are many factors that I've overlooked...

    But at least the non-USA located end user would have the comfort level of knowing that he doesn't have to wait weeks or months for products. Or pay some hefty premiums to obtain the software.

    Apologies for dragging this topic further away from the original post....

    Neil
     
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    Oct 12, 2003 12:14 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas,

    Thanks for taking my points - I just felt instantly annoyed. If I had
    waited a while I might have been a bit less intemperate.

    Unfortunately your comment re US national egocentricity does seem to be all
    too true. I find it ironic that many of the US citizens that I have
    actually met have been the opposite.

    Anyway - to get this slightly back on topic - I was so impressed with
    Brioso when it came out that I desperately wanted it. Unfortunately I
    simply cannot justify its purchase for my limited needs.

    Dominic - I was trying to include the whole lot of us not in the US.

    Neil - I rather agree.

    Rod
     
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    Oct 16, 2003 2:05 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Anyone know what fonts come with just IDCS, the same as with ID2, or some extras?

    Jeff
     
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    Oct 16, 2003 3:26 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    The above minus all the Brioso Pro Opticals and Warnock Pro Opticals fonts.
     
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    Oct 17, 2003 12:03 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thanks Dominic, oops I should have read the beginning of the post.

    Jeff
     
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    Oct 17, 2003 5:53 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas

    Brioso Font family, such a wonderful thing!

    I am dismayed for the current un-ability (?) of Adobe for delivering Brioso family (and Warnock Opticals) to us, European customers (and other non US countries) as a online registration enticing.

    I would suggest you too, please, to knock on the right doors to have it somehow solved as soon as possible.

    First, you could include a coupon or a notice in local Adobe web pages to send some purchase proof and registration somewhere, local Adobe representatives, or to Technical Support, and get a CD with the fonts in return, I would not even mind to pay some costs for duplicating and shipping.
    (It is be done with Acrobat and Illustrator patches before in my country).

    Second, I would wish it had been planned well in advance, and knowing this apparent difficulty with non-USA versions, directly include them in the CD, after all, the plan was to get registrations online, right? So do not deprive us of the gift/reward if you cannot implement the registration scheme.

    Thirdly, Is not possible to have a online request form for downloading the fonts, after the non-USA serial numbers, identity, etc. have been verified, from some password protected web page?

    Now that we know someones will get it for free, we all want it. :-)
     
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    Oct 17, 2003 8:29 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Surely, as we in Europe are paying far higher prices for Adobe prods including the Creative Suite, whatever the US is getting we should get it also. We should not be paying a higher price and get less.

    That a double whammy!

    Jeff
     
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    Oct 17, 2003 1:18 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Last wednesday I pre ordered my upgrade to InDesign CS, I'm really looking forward to use it.

    I read different things about the fonts included with this version, In indesign Digest #203, indesign@lists.blueworld.com, for instance, I could read that the Brioso Pro family could not be downloaded outside the USA and Canada but that all other fonts were included.

    Is this true?
     
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    Oct 18, 2003 7:09 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas:

    I'm also unclear if you get the Warnock & Brioso families if you get the
    Standard Suite or only the Professional Suite? I plan to only get the
    Standard.

    Thanks,,
    Sheila


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    Oct 19, 2003 7:41 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas Phinney and all the wonderful people at Adobe!!

    Thank you very much for such a handsome offering. To get heavyweights like Warnock Pro Opticals and Minion Pro free, it is a dream come true. Can't wait to grab the CS suite.

    Uppai
     
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    Oct 20, 2003 10:02 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    I have individual apps, so when I activate my PhotoshopCS will I be allowed to download the additional fonts?
     
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    Oct 20, 2003 11:41 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thanks for your posting Thomas... I'm quite looking forward to suite now... I wasn't aware when I put in my order at the font perks:) Cool.
     
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    Oct 20, 2003 12:22 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    The extra fonts you get with whole suite seem to make up for the fact that you will not get any printed manuals for any of the applications if you order the suite as opposed to individual upgrades for each application, which do come with printed manuals.
     
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    Oct 20, 2003 5:36 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Wow, Thomas - wonderful! And to think I have been contemplating buying Warnock Pro very recently - saved by the bell! :-) Of course, I _could_ gripe about having bought Minion Pro for 259 bucks a year ago, but I'll try to take it like a man.
     
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    Oct 21, 2003 6:21 PM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Thomas:

    Well that sucks, I own Acrobat 6 Pro, I will upgrade to ID, AI, PS to CS versions and will have to activate PSCS, but I can't get the extra fonts. I have more apps than someone who orders the 'standard' CS Suite, but they still get the extra fonts. Guess that's what you get for being a loyal customer for twelve years.

    I still think Adobe ought to offer the free additional fonts to anyone who has to everyone who has to 'activate', they claim that is what the additional fonts are for and can only receive them after activation.

    Maybe you might want to bring this matter up at a meeting where this type of stuff is decided.
     
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    Oct 22, 2003 4:05 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    Before you decide not to buy one of the suites, try to see a demonstration of them. Version Cue (plus the fonts) make the suites a steal even if you have several apps (me too). Version Cue is only sold in the suites. I saw a demo at an InDesign Users Group meeting Monday evening.

    Version Cue allows, for example, Photoshop images to include several 'versions' of a photo (different duos, or with different layer styles applied, etc), which you can decide between at any time. So if your client changes their mind, you just tell version cue to move another version to current in the Photoshop image and it updates InDesign automatically at the same time. That's just one thing it does, even for the single user.

    So, even though I already bought Acrobat 6 Pro, I'm going for the suite. Between Version Cue, the fonts and GoLive, the suite is cheap. Not even counting the updates of Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
     
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    Oct 22, 2003 4:19 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    ID. Awe,

    Let's see. You get the same font package bonus whether you buy the Standard or Premium edition (I keep on wanting to say "Professional" too). Plus Version Cue. The upgrade to Standard that includes InDesign, Illustrator, Photshop is $549 from your existing Photoshop. Add GoLive and Acrobat Pro and it's just $749.

    Even if the Standard upgrade were to cost a bit more than individual upgrades for ID, AI, and PS, you also get all of the extra fonts and Version Cue in that upgrade.

    Unless other factors are conspiring against purchasing the CS Suite, I just don't see where the problem is.

    Neil
     
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    Oct 22, 2003 4:26 AM   in reply to Thomas Phinney
    More...

    If you do the math, and add up Adobe's individual upgrade prices:
    InDesign CS upgrade = $169
    Illustrator CS upgrade = $169
    Photoshop CS upgrade = $169
    Total = $507

    For just $42 more, you get all the goodies (Version Cue, bonus fonts) with the $549 Standard CS upgrade.

    And if you add:
    GoLive CS upgrade = $169
    Acrobat Pro upgrade = $149

    You save $76 and get everything with the $749 Premium CS upgrade.

    I see plenty of incentive to purchase either upgrade path.

    Neil
     
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