Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional’s “Acrobat Connect” is based on technology originally created by Macromedia. It’s flash-based, which means that anyone invited to attend can get your message using a flash player, even if they don’t have the Adobe software.
Adobe Acrobat has had the ability to combine separate PDFs into one for some time now. In this episode you will see how not only to combine PDF pages from various documents into one PDF, but also how to package multiple PDFs into a new kind of Package document PDF using Acrobat 8.
Preflighting — now you can test (and pass or fail) a pdf based on your own selected criteria. And you can fix it easily, too. The functionality in Adobe Acrobat 8 will help with compatability across the variety of Adobe Acrobat Reader versions floating around, and will help to make dealing with pdfs even easier.
Acrobat 8 Professional has new forms capabilities. Forms may not be new, but they are now much easier to deal with. The feature lets the Acrobat do the work of finding common fields and formatting them to save the user time. In this demo from Adobe, take a walk through the new tool and see how simple creating form fields in pdfs can be.
A broad look at some of the features in the new Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional and the Creative Suite Premium 2.3 upgrade, which includes Acrobat 8 Professional.
Tom Hale is senior vice president of Adobe’s Knowledge Worker Solutions Business Unit, and in this podcast, he explains the new features of Acrobat 8 and Adobe Connect, including web conferencing, document creation, control, security and much more. He speaks from the Nikko Hotel in San Francisco, site of ...
The Acrobat family of products went to the public in a series of live events presented across the country. In this podcast, we talk to individuals across various industries and functions who got a chance to experience the new features of Acrobat 8 and Adobe Connect in San Francisco ...
Kevin Lynch, Adobe’s vice president of product marketing for the knowledge worker business unit, discusses the release of Acrobat 8 and gives four reasons why you’ll want to check it out. Tune in to hear about the new UI, controlling intellectual property, forms, and simplified and accelerated collaboration.
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Adobe’s Michael Folkers, senior product manager for Acrobat, sits down with John Moebes, director of construction for Crate and Barrel to discuss how Moebes has used Acrobat to combat a number of business challenges. PodTech’s own Michael Johnson moderates the conversation.
PodTech’s Michael Johnson speaks with Steve Fehr, the Director of Acrobat Sales for Adobe Systems Incorporated. Fehr shares with Michael some information on upcoming Adobe live events as well as the release of the Adobe Acrobat Family, an upgrade to the entire Acrobat family of products including Acrobat 3D, Acrobat ...
Tom Hale, senior vice president of Adobe’s knowledge worker solutions business unit, chats with PodTech CEO and Founder John Furrier. Hale shares his views on collaboration and how it will change the way of doing business in the future.
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