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When the first version of Adobe Creative Suite was released, it didn't have a '1' at the end. Instead, it was known as simply Adobe Creative Suite (although the users at Logopedia will refer to it as CS1).
The logo is similar to that of CS1; however, the sole difference is that the number '2' has been added to the end.
On April 16, 2007, the day when the Design Standard & Premium edition of CS3 started shipping alongside the Web Standard & Premium edition, users saw a logo with all-caps text and a fancy CS3 icon (which looked like it was made with paintbrushes).
The text is still in all-caps, even though the background of the logo is now featuring a light gray-to-white background, abstract 'CS' lettering (which looks like a hook), and the numeral '4' in a style similar to the one in ITV4's original logo (the sole difference between the two logos is that, whilst the former has a stub in the '4', the latter's '4' doesn't have a stub at all).
The logo no longer includes Adobe's logo and is in 3D.
The logo for CS6 includes the text 'CS6' and the square's borders in a grayish-silver color.
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