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August 28, 2008

New PDF Portfolio Layouts for Acrobat 9

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Since the launch of Acrobat 9, we have seen more and more interesting examples of PDF Portfolios surfacing. And today Adobe launched eight new and updated layouts that provide Acrobat 9 Pro or Pro Extended users even more options to tailor the look and feel of their PDF Portfolios. More after the break…

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August 27, 2008

Comparing Documents

In Acrobat 9 we decided to take a fresh look at document comparison. Customers indicated a need for comparing documents across revisions generally associated with a review workflow. They wanted to save time by only reviewing parts of the document that had actually changed. They also wanted to make sure they did not miss any changes that had occurred. This need appeared across document types, job function and industries.

A horizontal workflow requiring a consistent experience across document types? If that’s not Acrobat territory I don’t know what is. More after the break…

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August 15, 2008

Archive your emails using Acrobat

In Acrobat 7, we introduced a PDF based solution for email archiving that could be used to convert emails and entire folders from MS Outlook into searchable PDF files. Since then we have continued to invest in this solution by adding support for Lotus Notes and providing advanced auto-archiving capabilities. It is a scalable, easy to use and reliable solution for ad hoc archiving of emails on the desktop. More after the break…

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August 13, 2008

Can I save 3D measurement markups in PDF?

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard this question in the past 12 months, but it’s quite a lot. We’ve heard your voice and the short answer is now you can save 3D measurement markups in Acrobat/Reader 9 and I am going to teach you how! So, if you haven’t yet discovered this new feature, I strongly invite you to read further to learn the basics of adding and managing measurement markups as well as a few interesting tips you will certainly appreciate.  More after the break…

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August 8, 2008

Shared Reviews, Shared Success

When you are trying to get a project done at work and need input from others, what do you do? One option is to attempt to get everyone into a room to review that document or diagram in person. But we know that isn’t always practical with busy schedules and with colleagues or clients in different locations or time zones. This scenario plays out in organizations across industries since a majority of work in this day and age requires team effort and collective brainpower. More after the break…

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August 6, 2008

Capture that web page!

How many times have you tried to print a web page only to find that the content on the page has been chopped and the output looks different from what you saw on screen? Or you tried to save a page locally but the links no longer work? Or you bookmarked a page only to visit it later and see that the page has been removed? Your answer to these problems – Adobe Acrobat Web Capture. More after the break…

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