The Adobe Acrobat Suite combines some of the best communication tools in the business in an innovative and intuitive package. Now, you can improve the image of your business as well as ease up your internal processes, all for free. Rather, at the cost of a RT!
Beginning Wednesday, April 20th and running for a week, any Twitter user who ReTweets any of our ‘ReTweet this Today’ posts will be entered into a drawing to win a copy of the new Acrobat X Suite, valued at $1,199. It really is as simple as that. Acrobat X Suite makes it easy. You get Acrobat X Pro, Photoshop CS5, Captivate 7, Presenter 7, LiveCycle Designer CS2 and Adobe Media Encoder CS5 in a single suite that opens the door to a new way to communicate. One of the most diverse and useful pieces of business software on the market can be yours just by Retweeting our very own @Acrobat Twitter account!
Be sure to pay attention to the Acrobat account for your chances to RT, and follow us for more information and of course winner announcements!
The contest opens 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 20th, 2011, and closes 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 27th, 2011. The prize drawing will occur on or before 5 p.m., April 27th, 2011, with the winner announcement occurring that day as well. The drawings are open to residents in North America only.
PlayBook users will have access to advanced features in Adobe Reader including Touch-based gestures for efficient navigation and zoom in the PDF, Page Navigator interface for fast navigation within large files, accelerometer support and File manager for quick access to PDF files on the PlayBook tablet.
You can learn more about the Adobe and RIM news here.
Tune in for insights from the new whitepaper, “IT’s Next Challenge: Three key trends in document collaboration and exchange” in this video. Ali Hanyaloglu, Product Evangelist, Acrobat Solutions, highlights next steps for IT to collaborate beyond office walls and enable IT’s infrastructure to better support the increase of rich media within documents, and of course, reduce costs by being more efficient.
We previously discussed Acrobat X Classroom in a Book as a great resource for busy users who want to learn more about Acrobat. Now we want to share another great resource to help elevate your Acrobat IQ—Adobe Acrobat X PDF Bible by bestselling author Ted Padova. It’s full of useful, real-world tips that Padova gained from his own extensive use of Acrobat X on tight deadlines.
The book covers a wide array of topics that are relevant for novice users such as the new interface, basic PDF conversion and Adobe Reader, as well as topics for more advanced users such as OCR, Guided Actions, prepress and accessibility features.
Here is a sneak-peak at some excerpts to give you a taste of what Adobe Acrobat X PDF Bible offers:
In a recent conversation, Raju Varanasi, director, at Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre (CLIC), part of New South Wales Department of Education and Training, talked about the need to give students the skills required for success in school and beyond. Integral to CLIC’s efforts is the use of a range of Adobe software to help students establish a proficiency and comfort level with creating more dynamic, interactive communications—as well as providing teachers with the tools and lessons to better integrate proven technologies into learning. For CLIC, Adobe software has become a powerful resource in the classroom.
Varanasi says that digital literacy is essential for student success. By using the right mix of tools in the classroom, teachers can challenge students’ traditional notions about their own creativity and get students to think differently about how the explore, create, and communicate assignments. By using more dynamic creative applications, teachers and students can look at assignments in new ways. To read more, check out the recent Adobe success story here.