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Adobe has launched FormsCentral, a new Web-based product for creating and managing HTML forms that the company hopes will help increase its footprint in the small and midsize business (SMB) market. The Web-based forms -- hosted by Adobe at an Adobe URL -- can be deployed for anything requiring user response online, from surveys to event registration. Ease of use is a key point in Adobe's sales pitch, particularly to smaller companies: The forms require virtually zero IT resources -- an owner or marketing manager, for example, can deploy and manage forms without hitting up the help desk, said Adobe.

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