Shares in US software firm Adobe fell 6% in after-hours trading after it unveiled worse-than-expected profits and made a cautious quarterly forecast.
Adobe will add Macromedia features to its products
The firm, known for its Acrobat and Photoshop software, saw second-quarter profits rise 37% to $149.8m (£82m).
Sales rose to $496m, helped by sales of its Creative Suite 2 software bundle.
However, Adobe did not update its full-year guidance and forecast third-quarter profit of $470m to $490m, slightly below analysts' expectations.
The company said it would provide a mid-quarter update.
Its shares fell to $30.42 in electronic after-hours trading in New York.
Adobe is going through a period of transition where it is trying to raise its profile with business customers
Macromedia animation creation software is on mobiles too
It wants to strengthen its position as a provider of software for managing electronic documents.
The firm agreed to buy software firm Macromedia for $3.4bn earlier this year and said the deal was on track to be completed in the autumn.
The Macromedia acquisition fits in with this strategy because it has a number of leading products for creating and livening up websites, for example with computer animation.
Adobe said sales of its Creative Suite 2 suite, which includes Acrobat software for displaying electronic documents and its Photoshop software for editing digital photos, were going well.
It has also introduced a new version of Acrobat.