Posts in Category "Movies and Archived eSeminars"

New Training Movies Posted – Search and Touchup Text

If you haven’t tried clicking on the Blogroll link on my full blog page, then you are missing out on some free Acrobat training.

These short movies play back via Adobe Flash and are only one to five minutes in length.

Today, I posted four new training movies:

If you are interested, you can learn a bit about my process for creating the movies using Adobe Captivate in my full article.

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Materials for Acrobat 9 Legal Forms Seminar

Here are my materials from my Acrobat 9 Legal Forms eSeminar.

You can find a recording of this eSeminar on my Movies and Links page.

Downloads from the Event

  1. Presentation
  2. Acrobat Form Elements Sample
  3. LiveCycle Designer Dynamic Form (completed version)
  4. LiveCycle Designer Dynamic Form (starting version)
  5. Brief Demo Script for LiveCycle Designer (use with #4)

You’ll find all of these materials in the complete article.

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Materials for Acrobat 9 Legal Forms Seminar

Did you miss my Acrobat 9 Legal Forms eSeminar?

No worries! You can watch the archived recording and download the materials here.

Watch Archived Forms Movie Watch Archived Recording

Downloads from the Event

  1. Presentation
  2. Acrobat Form Elements Sample
  3. LiveCycle Designer Dynamic Form (completed version)
  4. LiveCycle Designer Dynamic Form (starting version)
  5. Brief Demo Script for LiveCycle Designer (use with #4)

You’ll find all of these downloads in the rest of the article.

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Acrobat 9 Announced! New Features for the Legal Market

Acrobat 9 was announced today! The new version will ship sometime in the next month or so. Here’s a link to the Acrobat 9 Press Release.

Acrobat 9 Box

Acrobat 9 includes many new features of interest to legal professionals!

  • Enhanced Redaction and Bates Numbering
  • File splitting
  • Better Save to Word with flowing text
  • PDF Portfolios (Packages on steroids!)
  • More powerful Document Comparison

You can check out demo movies I’ve made of the major new features . . . read on to learn more.

One thing that blew me away is that Acrobat 9 is F-A-S-T! It launches in one-third the time of previous versions and generally feels a lot snappier in use.

All versions of Acrobat can now play Flash content natively. You can embed Flash movies (SWF and FLV) files and play them right in Acrobat. That means you can embed deposition and audio interviews and know that the recipient can play them with confidence.

Adobe is also be launching a new service called Acrobat.com.

Acrobat.com is a collection of free hosted services that you can use to work with people inside and outside your organization,
across geographies and firewalls.

Acrobat 9 users can work with Acrobat.com as a central location for certain document processes such as Shared Review, Form Data Collection and more.

Acrobat.com also offers two amazing, free features:

  • 5GB of hosted storage
  • Free 3-person web conferencing so you can share your screen, show documents, present and even show your face on your webcam

See and learn about all the new stuff! Read on . . .

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Archived Legal Forms On Demand eSeminar

I’ve updated this entry to include a direct link to the archived eSeminar “Creating PDF Forms for the Legal Community”.

All you need is the Adobe Flash player which you undoubtedly already have . . .

Read on for:

  • a Link to the archived eSeminar
  • An outline of the presentation,
  • Link to presentation materials

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How-to Movie Archive

Note: I’ve since create a new, central location for my How-to Movies.

This entry is an archive for how-to movies related to articles on this blog. All movies require Flash Player 8 or above.

DWG to CAD Conversion (opens in a new window)
See how to use Acrobat Professional’s Batch Processing to convert many DWG files to PDF.

Email Archiving: The Basics (opens in a new window)
Learn how to convert Outlook or Lotus Notes email to a compact, searchable PDF Package complete with attachments.