Archive for January, 2009

Slides for 1/27/09 Review eSeminar

Did you attend the
following eSeminar?

PDF Document Review eSeminar:
Ad Hoc or Audited Options for Life Sciences

I’ve posted two sets of slides. The first set covers Shared Review in Acrobat. The second set covers the LiveCycle eSubmissions Solution Accelerator.

To recap, the seminar covered:

Adobe experts will show you how to encourage active participation by your employees and accelerate the document review process. Whether you need informal document review or an audited CFR-Part 11 compliant review process, Adobe offers solutions which leverage the Adobe Acrobat product family, including the free Adobe Reader.

Attend this free seminar and you will:

  • Learn how to enable ad hoc review workflows using Adobe Acrobat and the free Adobe Reader
  • Discover how Adobe LiveCycle server solutions can create, route and manage audited review processes
  • See how multiple users, in real time, can add notes and comments to PDF documents
  • Discover how to create custom stamps and other annotations
  • Find out how to use network folders or Microsoft SharePoint to host ad hoc reviews

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Batch OCR Multiple Files Easily

One requirement for scanned PDFs submitted to most regulatory agencies is that the files are searchable. To make scanned PDFs text searchable, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is used.

In a previous article on Batch OCR, I discussed using Acrobat Pro to create a Batch Sequence to process multiple files.

In Acrobat 9 Standard and Pro, there is now an easy way to OCR multiple files using a new feature— Recognize Text in Multiple Files using OCR:

OCR Multiple Window

Read on to learn how to use this new feature.

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