Before Acrobat, Photoshop, and PageMaker, there was PostScript, the underlying technology that enables electronic type design. The PostScript language has fueled a revolution in the world of visual communications. This powerful and flexible language efficiently describes the appearance of text, sampled images, and graphics on a printed page or display. The Adobe Professional Library is comprised of technical books about PostScript, Adobe's core technology. Written by Adobe Systems, these books are the official reference on PostScript and are intended for programmers and type designers. 0201622033B04062001Adobe Systems, Inc. Staff is the author of 'Programming the Display PostScript System with X - Adobe Press' with ISBN 9780201622034 and ISBN 0201622033.