updated 3/27/2007 11:44:46 AM ET 2007-03-27T15:44:46

A new version of Adobe's Creative Suite software will go on sale next month.

Adobe Systems executives have billed the launch as the most significant in the company's 25-year history.

The software suite includes well-known programs like Photoshop for photo editing and Dreamweaver for Web design. It's popular with videographers, graphic designers and artists in print, Web, mobile and film media.

Creative Suite 3 includes features to further integrate multimedia into Web sites and cell phones. Adobe is trying to expand from its core base of artists and designers. Its Flash player software is already used to display videos on Google's YouTube, News Corporation's MySpace and other sites.

Adobe will offer six versions of the full suite, with suggested retail prices from $1,600 to $2,500. Customers will also be able to buy individual upgrades on 13 stand-alone applications.

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