Symantec and Adobe have raised objections to the inclusion of security software and electronic document technology in Windows Vista. Adobe has asked the European Commission to prevent the bundling of PDF document creation and reading tools that compete with its software.
Microsoft has developed a fixed-layout document format called XPS, or XML Paper Specification, that will form part of the Vista operating system's printing architecture. This could threatens sales of Adobe's PDF creation software.
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