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Heh. Thanks Deborah (and all else who responded.) It seems that my company is going to continue to use "Acrobat file" despite the fact that *everybody* on two lists has agreed with you (and my personal feeling) that "PDF file" is the right way to go!

Inertia, it seems, outweighs rationality. Sigh.

On Sep-24-2011, at 08:54 , Deborah Galdes wrote:

> "PDF file" or "PDF document" is the correct terminology. The Adobe Acrobat software application allows people to create PDF files/documents and PDF forms. I've never heard of an "Acrobat file" and I work at Adobe Systems. :-)

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