This Week in Acrobat – 06-15-09 through 06-19-09
I’m going to try something new. I’ve been using Twitter quite a bit in order to share Acrobat news and tips with users as well as to listen to what users are saying about Acrobat. So I thought it may be interesting if I summarized for you once a week some of what’s been shared and talked about.
Since this is my first attempt at this, I’d very much appreciate any comments regarding if you find this summary useful.
- 06-15-09: Acrobat.Com announces brand new hosted offerings in the areas of presentations, spreadsheets, and subscriptions. [RT @erikdlarson hello (business) world! acrobat.com subscriptions, end of beta, beginning of spreadsheets, more. http://bit.ly/7MWPu]
- 06-18-09: PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility) moves closer to becoming an ISO standard. [RT @acroboy: PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility) now granted "Approved Work Item" status, one step closer to ISO standard http://bit.ly/CfVns]
- 06-18-09: Adobe does well at Macworld UK awards. [RT @emmawilkinson: woho! Adobe swept floor at Macworld UK Awards! Up for 5, won 3, + won Grand Prix for Photoshop CS4! http://bit.ly/ixeOW]
- 06-19-09: Use Acrobat’s Examine Document to remove metadata. [RT @acrolaw: WV Lawyer Disciplinary Board releases legal ethics opinion on Metadata. Mention of PDF metadata is made. http://snurl.com/kgufb]
- 06-16-09: The Adobe MAX Conference is in early October 2009 in Los Angeles. [RT @acroboy Coming to MAX 2009? Sessions catalog posted, including mine on PDF Files via the Web. http://bit.ly/OIA8B]
- 06-16-09: Great example of how a customer is using PDF Portfolios. [Excellent video on why Harry Hemus @ Dividi Projects uses PDF Portfolios. Click #Acrobat spotlight on right: http://bit.ly/5zXRn]
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