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When you're ready to purchase the most recent release of your graphic design or desktop publishing application to get the latest and greatest tools, make sure you know what you're paying for. We've taken a look at some of the most popular titles and provided a list of reviews from around the web. Before you head off to the computer store, find out if the upgrade is worth the price, or whether you might want to wait until the next version.

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    The application has pretty much everything you might need to work on PDF documents and take your work with them to the next level, and it’s all presented in a nice, comprehensive interface.

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    Illustrator is the best vector-graphics editing program around, and it just keeps getting better.

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    Adobe InDesign is an excellent page layout solution with tools precise enough to satisfy even the most demanding professional

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    The world's best image editing software adds mind-blowing neural filters, automatic sky replacement, and even better selection tools.

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    Adobe Photoshop Elements is an excellent option for photo hobbyists who don't want to pay a subscription or learn complex Photoshop techniques.

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    Great for collaboration among multiple users, Office 365 includes all the familiar Microsoft programs in a subscription-like format.

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    This a real version of Office, with features and tools that will be familiar to Windows users, but in the form of real Mac applications as well.

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    It is a feature-rich platform with an intuitive yet easy-to-use interface that is characteristic of the Microsoft 365 office suite.

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