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September 29, 2010

Laying Our Cards Out On The Tables

We’re sure you’ve used Tables in Acrobat.com in the past to keep track of various projects, and so we can assume you’ve noticed the little glasses icon in the upper menu bar and know exactly what it’s there for. Wait, what’s that? You don’t know?

Check out the recent blog post from Rebecca Staley, Acrobat.com Community Manager, who has prepared a handy overview of viewing mechanisms in Tables. In the post, she highlights how you can manipulate the views of your data in Tables to increase your efficiency, use only relevant information, and save you from long hours of scrolling through rows and rows of information. Welcome to your new favorite features in Tables: Private Views and Filters!

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Rebecca Staley, Acrobat.com Community Manager

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