What I think is even more exciting is how Adobe teams across the company are finding creative ways of integrating Acrobat.com into their applications.
The latest showcase is what’s new in Adobe Captivate 5 as it relates to the integration with Acrobat.com.
For example, you can now upload a share a Captivate project (.CPTX) with other users via Acrobat.com, but more importantly, you can also conduct Shared Project Reviews via Acrobat.com, and perhap even more impressive is the ability to publish and track Quiz results via Acrobat.com, which means no Learning Management System (LMS) is required.
In the next few posts with videos, I will cover each of these capabilities, but before I do, I wanted to start by introducing you to Acrobat.com and provide you an overview of where most of these options are in Adobe Captivate 5.
Click the image below to launch the video in a new window.
Links to resources mentioned in Video:
- Acrobat.com Desktop (AIR application)
- Acrobat.com plug-in for Outlook
- How to use the Acrobat.com plug-in for Outlook
- eSeminar recording: PDF-based Reviews via FrameMaker, Acrobat Pro and Acrobat.com
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