Recording: PDF-based Reviews via FrameMaker, Acrobat Pro and Acrobat.com

Earlier this week (1/20/10) I hosted an exciting eSeminar entitled “PDF-based Documentation Reviews for Technical Communicators” and I would like to thank everyone who participated in the live event, and for those who weren’t able to make it, the recording is now available. tweetmeme_url = ‘http://blogs.adobe.com/rjacquez/2010/01/recording_pdf-based_documenati.html';
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Normally I present alone, but this time, since I was doing a demonstration which involved collaboration from Reviewers via Acrobat.com, I enlisted the help of John Daigle, Edward Martino and Lance Robert, who volunteered to play the role of Reviewers and for that I’d like to thank all three of them, they did a terrific job.

Hope you enjoy this recording and especially the demonstration piece with my three Reviewers.  If you already conduct reviews using this process, or begin doing so, please leave a comment and share your success, I’d love to hear from you.

If you missed PDF-based Documentation Reviews for Technical Communicators (duration: 00:54:36), or want to watch it again, heres’ the recording. Please use your Adobe ID to access the recording.

TIP: I typically set my desktop resolution to 1024 x 768 for best recording results, however because I was showing apps, which require high resolution, you will notice some distortion in the demonstration part of the recording. Something you may want to try is to click the “Scroll” button at the bottom left of the Connect Pro window, which will help you zoom in closer and follow the action around the presenter’s mouse.  To the right is what the button looks like in all Connect Pro recordings.

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