Adobe is launching an online community with a word processor and file storage and sharing, while adding Flash and interactive maps to its Acrobat 9 software, CNET reports. The online push for Acrobat is a bold move for a brand perhaps best associated with the free and nearly ubiquitous Acrobat Reader, which opens print-ready Portable Document Format, or PDF, files. Now, PDFs also will play movies. The announcement comes in advance of the release of Acrobat 9 document-creation software, which adds dynamic features such as integration of animation, dynamic maps, 256-bit encryption, and improved forms…

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