Adobe taps Google Site Search to bolster Creative Suite 4 help

With the launch of Adobe Creative Suite 4 (which includes some of their most popular desktop applications, such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash). Adobe has integrated Google Site Search as part of Creative Suite 4's Community Help to connect suite customers to Help content on and off Adobe.com, including tutorials, technical support, online product help, […]

With the launch of Adobe Creative Suite 4 (which includes some of their most popular desktop applications, such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash). Adobe has integrated Google Site Search as part of Creative Suite 4's Community Help to connect suite customers to Help content on and off Adobe.com, including tutorials, technical support, online product help, videos, articles, tips and techniques, blogs, examples and other resources.

We've plugged the whole community brain trust right into the Suite and used the power of Google Site Search to do it. Creative Suite 4 customers can find fast, relevant information from our online communities, without ever having to leave their desktop work environments, making design faster and more fun. And because we've built the Adobe Flash Platform into the whole Suite, other developers can take these concepts even farther. This is just the start of great online integration to come, says John Nack

Find out more about how Adobe is connecting customers to Adobe Community Help online from within Creative Suite 4.

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