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ACUP message to Adobe

407 Signatures Goal: 500

The Association of College and University Printers is a group made up of internal in-plant managers from the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom meeting annually for over forty years in support of our parent organizations. As managers of internal copying and printing facilities in colleges, hospitals, public and parochial school systems, and universities, we, the undersigned are deeply troubled by the embedding of a link to a commercial vendor, namely, "Send to FedExKinkos", in your current release of Adobe 8.1. "Many of our institutions prohibit the use of external vendors to provide copying and printing services for a variety of sound business reasons. Your adding a commercial link complicates the process of serving our client base who may unintentionally send work outside the corporation or school believing that the link is authorized by our parent organizations. "Please revisit your decision to include this link as an unnecessary and invasive interference in our organization's business."

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    Anita Ranson United States
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    James Wesson United States
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    Jolane Wiegand United States
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    Loreen Bowen United States
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    Eric White United States
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    Jolene Gulizia United States
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    Lori Fuller United States
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    Tully Burnett United States
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    Frank E. Anderson, Jr. United States
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    rick christensen United States
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    Eric Wu United States
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    John Keating United States
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    Kelly Hogg United States
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    Cary Stremel United States
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