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B of A Conference: Adobe Sees Strong Revenue Growth

The company says demand for Web content is driving its sales.

SAN FRANCISCO -- Adobe Systems (ADBE) - Get Adobe Inc. Report, which just reported an impressive fiscal third quarter, sees more of the same ahead.

In a presentation Wednesday at the

Banc of America Securities Investment Conference

here, Bryan Lamkin, Adobe's senior vice president of marketing, said the graphic design software maker will see at least 25% revenue growth in fiscal 2001 due to an explosive demand for Web content. The company just last week reported 26% top-line growth in its fiscal third quarter.

Lamkin said that the company dominates fields like Web publishing and digital imaging. And the company's new

Photoshop 6.0

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will be released next month. Adobe also is pushing to make more money from its Web site,

, which it said attracts 11 million visitors each month.

Investors definitely have taken to Adobe's talk recently. The stock has been steadily rising and on Wednesday added another $4.88, or 3.2%, to close at $157.75.

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