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Name Persuasion Auto-Template Interchange File
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Identifiers PUID:  fmt/1710
Classification Presentation
Description Auto-Template Interchange File is part of Aldus Persuasion format family. The format stores template files for use on Aldus Persuasion. Adulus Persuasion is a presentation program software first developed by Peter Polash in 1988 for the Macintosh. Following a merger of Adobe Systems and Adulus Corporation in 1994, the software was re-branded to Adobe Persuasion and a Microsoft Windows version was released. There were two versions released for Macintosh only, then starting with version 2.x, a version for Windows was released with each new release up to version 4. Version 4 was released in 1996 and was bundled with other Adobe applications, including over 100 templates. Adobe discontinued production of the software in September 1997.
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Related file formats None.
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Developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated
Supported by None.
Source The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Source date 14 Jun 2022
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Last updated 14 Jun 2022
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