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October 17, 2008

Page View Sharing: Do You Have An Interesting Way of Using It?

One of the standout new capabilities for Acrobat 9 and Reader 9 is the ability for up to 3 document viewers to share the view of the page that they have of the document. As Mac|Life magazine said “Running a Shared Review session that’s broadcast with Collaborate Live is an easy and powerful way to get a team working together—not to mention being literally on the same page.”

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October 14, 2008

“…Acrobat 9 Pro brings everyone together right inside document windows.”

Mac|Life magazine recently reviewed Acrobat 9 Pro, giving it a 4 out of 5 (great) rating. You can read the full review here.

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October 10, 2008

How Do I Add A Custom Stamp, Without Actually Creating a Custom Stamp?

That sounds a bit like a paradox, doesn’t it? But metaphysics aside, it is a valid question. What if you want to add a custom stamp to a document just for one-time use, without having to configure a custom stamp in Acrobat itself?

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October 01, 2008

Could you step aside, please, I can’t see!

Last week I was lucky enough to give four classes and a keynote (sounds like a movie title to me) at the Acrobat and PDF Central Conference 2008 in Minneapolis, MN. One of the sessions I attended was on Comment and Review Best Practices, which was very well presented by Keith Gilbert of Gibert Consulting. He shared some great tips for marking up documents efficiently which I hope to write about some more. One of the suggestions he had was to make sure that Callout Tool text box should NOT be placed on top of page content as you cannot see what’s underneath it.

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