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Adobe Muse CC 2014

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Adobe Muse empowers graphic designers to create unique, standards-based websites — without writing a single line of code.
Rebuilt with 64-bit support
In-browser Editing updates
Creative Cloud Add-ons
HiDPI display support
Dark UI
Customizable work area
HiDPI UI Support
Usability updates
100% width slideshow
In-app Preview
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