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July 20, 2011

Compatibility Advisory Regarding Adobe Reader plug-in and Acrobat plug-in with Safari 5.1

With today’s release of the Safari 5.1 browser, we wanted to alert you of some compatibility issues and workarounds that relate to Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Adobe Reader and Acrobat are not compatible with the Safari 5.1 browser, announced today. Adobe Reader and Acrobat will continue to work as standalone applications on Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.6, and will render PDF documents outside of the browser, but applications that require the Adobe Reader or Acrobat plug-in to render PDF documents in the Safari browser will be affected. For Adobe Reader, Acrobat, and LiveCycle customers who utilize functionality like forms, digital signatures, portfolios, guides, 3D, extended PDFs and rights management, and who require the Adobe Reader or Acrobat plug-in to render PDF documents in the Safari browser, we recommend that you continue to use Safari 5.0.x and Mac OS X 10.6.

As we continue to investigate this, we will be sure to keep you updated. Currently, we expect to provide a better workaround for this issue before the end of 2011.

For more information, please see Knowledge Base Article CPSID_90885

Steve Gottwals, group product manager, Adobe Reader

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July 18, 2011

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Every day, thousands of overnight envelopes criss-cross the globe, many containing critical business documents that require someone’s signature. Adobe’s document solutions have historically helped organizations turn inefficient, paper-based workflows – like overnight envelopes – into streamlined electronic ones.  Today, we’re adding a key component to our document exchange services platform that addresses the need to provide better customer experiences by significantly reducing the time, cost, and complexity associated with getting a document signed.

Adobe announced today that we have acquired EchoSign, the leading Web-based provider of electronic signatures and signature automation. EchoSign’s pioneering electronic signature solution will be a key component of Adobe’s document exchange services platform for reliably exchanging documents for universal access, review and approval. It will be integrated with Adobe’s other document services including SendNow for managed file transfer, FormsCentral for form creation and CreatePDF for online PDF creation, enabling customers to significantly accelerate sales cycles, improve tracking and centralize the management of signed agreements through a simple to use cloud service.

With just one click, the EchoSign electronic signature solution automates the entire signature process from the request for signature to the distribution and execution of the form or agreement. The EchoSign solution provides a secure subscription-based service to individuals, SMBs and enterprise customers, enabling real-time visibility into the signature process and automatically storing and managing all signed documents. What’s more, there’s nothing to download or install.

The EchoSign service includes a rich set of APIs for incorporation with company-specific solutions to improve the process of sending, tracking and signing documents online. The EchoSign service integrates with partner solutions, such as Salesforce.com and NetSuite.

We think that bringing together EchoSign’s ease of use with Adobe’s brand, reach, and trust in the document space makes for a perfect match. Our aim is to make electronic signatures the common way for people to sign documents.

Kevin M. Lynch, vice president and general manager of Acrobat Solutions, Digital Enterprise Solutions, Adobe

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May 17, 2011

A Feast of New Features

What has the Acrobat.com team been cooking up? A platter of new treats for you!

Check out Rebecca Staley’s blog post today for her first, second and third course menu that takes a deeper dive on the latest new features of SendNow, here.

And don’t miss catching Rebecca live for the Acrobat User Community for a Live Q&A session on Adobe’s new cloud computing services, including SendNow, “Computing in the Clouds,” Wednesday, May 18, from 10:00-11:00am PT. To register for the event and more information is available here.

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May 11, 2011

Top IT Considerations for PDF Solutions

When selecting an enterprise PDF solution, there are many factors to consider. In this video, Joel Geraci, Acrobat Technical Evangelist, is joined by Ali Hanyaloglu, Product Evangelist, Acrobat Solutions, to discuss Acrobat alternatives, based on the recent white paper, Top IT Considerations for PDF Solutions (check out the full white paper, here).

If you’ve been thinking about using alternatives to Acrobat, check out this brief video and learn about some key considerations: security, deployment and management, standards, innovation, savings, productivity, Sharepoint and more.

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April 27, 2011

Product Management Insights: Acrobat X and SharePoint

Dave Stromfeld, senior product manager, Acrobat Solutions, shares insights on Acrobat X’s seamless integration with SharePoint in this video.

Tune in to learn how using Acrobat X with SharePoint enables organizations to accelerate projects and collaborate more efficiently using the new check-in, check-out function of PDF files for reviewing and editing shared documents.

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April 25, 2011

Now Available: Adobe Acrobat X for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide

Just getting started with Adobe Acrobat X? There’s a new resource available for beginner and intermediate users looking to take full advantage of the latest features in Acrobat X. Adobe Acrobat X for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide introduces readers to such basic tools as creating and reviewing PDF documents to more advanced tools such as digital signatures, interactive forms, and PDF Portfolios. There’s even a guide to the online services offered through Adobe Acrobat.com.

These sample chapters from the book ought to pique your interest:

Adding Links to an Acrobat Page: Learn how to add links to your own PDF document pages. Easily send users to other pages in the document, view a Web page, play a movie, and more.
Adobe Acrobat X for Windows and Macintosh: Creating PDF Files: Learn how to convert many common file types to PDF, scan paper documents directly into PDF, convert Web pages to PDF files, and combine several PDF files into a single document.

You can order Adobe Acrobat X for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide online today from Adobe Press, an imprint of Peachpit. The Acrobat X VQS was written by long-time Acrobat enthusiast, trainer and author John Deubert, who has authored several previous Acrobat books that you can find here. If you’re an Acrobat User Community member you can take advantage of this special discount.
All the authors of the VQS guides are writers and editors with extensive, real-world knowledge of and expertise in Adobe products. Some are even former Adobe employees. Be sure to keep an eye on the Acrobat blog, follow the Acrobat Twitter handle (@Acrobat), and visit the recently launched Acrobat IT Resource Center to hear more about the latest and greatest Acrobat resources!

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