Posts Tagged Acrobat

Test Drive: Shared review on Acrobat.com

We’ve set up a shared review for you to try out this feature. Take this on a test drive before 18 Feb 2011.

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Technical Communication Suite 3 is here!

Tweet Technical Communication Suite 3 has now gone live! Some of the new features include: Robust single sourcing and publishing to multiple devices including ePub from both FrameMaker and RoboHelp environments (TCS special versions). Seamless review and collaboration. Improved cross-product integration. Complete suite supports scripting, thus strengthening automation workflows. Improved search capability in the outputs. […]

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Print documents with large page size on regular printer

With the free Adobe Reader X or Acrobat X it is possible to quickly print over-sized files on regular desktop printers, without scaling them down to A4 size. Read on to know how.

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Linking to a page within a PDF (and more!)

Some handy Acrobat tips…

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Creating PDF Portfolios

Tweet PDF Portfolios are a powerful way to present your content. Your customers can use the free Adobe Reader, and get rich, engaging content that has become quite the norm today. Portfolios let you package content created in various authoring applications such as FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Captivate, and even non-adobe software such as Microsoft Word and […]

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PDF Portfolios using Acrobat

Tweet Technical Documents don’t exist in isolation. As we are all aware, the norm of the industry is documentation sets. A documentation set contains multiple documents, each with different pagination, formats, page sizes, and any other complexities that you can add to the mix. The only factor that unifies these documents is that they are […]

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