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June 22, 2011

Acrobat Customer Stories wrapped up in an example of Adobe Dynamic PDF

So often when you see a customer success story, it’s represented as a static PDF document. There will be pictures, quotes and the text that describe how that organization uses Acrobat and PDF to solve a business challenge. I’m very excited that the latest version of our customer success document is a great example of a Dynamic PDF file. It now contains videos, links to customer examples, and the full success story. Take a look and let me know what you think.

UPDATE: Additionally, Adobe has started using this technique in the stand-alone customer success stories, like this one. If you would like to learn how to use InDesign to create a similar document for your organization, Acrobat technical evangelist Joel Geraci has outlined the process we’re using at Adobe.


  • By Dean - 3:01 AM on July 8, 2011  

    I’ve just posted to Joel as well on this … your example file and the two files Joel has on his page that you reference above, are all called ‘casestudy.pdf’ You should probably develop unique names for each case study. [[Dean – good point. Thanks for the catch. –lori]]