Happy new year

Hi All!
Welcome back to school, back to work, or just plain back. 2008 is going to be exciting for the world of eLearning and ePortfolio building. I am seeing a lot of chatter and buzz about it out there.
As for the blog, I finally set up to start creating some demos that I will be posting URLs to on a regular basis. It took a little longer than I had hoped, but they are underway. You can check out the first two at:
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/p96817670/
and
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/p10077996/
Enjoy!


Hi All!
Welcome back to school, back to work, or just plain back. 2008 is going to be exciting for the world of eLearning and ePortfolio building. I am seeing a lot of chatter and buzz about it out there.
As for the blog, I finally set up to start creating some demos that I will be posting URLs to on a regular basis. It took a little longer than I had hoped, but they are underway. You can check out the first two at:
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/p96817670/
and
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/p10077996/
My plan is to create two of these every month, and I try to base them on questions I get from the broader Acrobat user community (for example, I am active in the Ask the Expert Section of www.acrobatusers.com, and I pull many questions from there). However, if you have a how-to question, please feel free to send it to me at timothyp@adobe.com. If I don’t create a recording for it, I will at least try to answer it for you.
Enjoy!

One Response to Happy new year

  1. Melissa says:

    Tim — I like the Save As (Acrobat Pro – Mac) demo where you are creating a form for Adobe Reader users.
    I am interested in creating course content and “energizing” it as a form for students with annotations. Also, to attach PDF “homework” as energized forms.
    Is there a way that the fields in the base content can pass their values to the attached PDF forms? For example, I have fields for the student’s name and email plus hidden fields with my name, course, semester, etc and these fields also exist in the attachments. As the student opens an attachment, can the values they already entered be passed to the new form (with a Save As button)? I’d like to not have students retype info if possible.
    Thanks for your insights! — Melissa