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Say “Hi!” to Acrobat.com Presentations

As you know Adobe Acrobat is a family. And so is Acrobat.com, with a new addition called Acrobat.com Presentations. This has just been launched as a free beta on Adobe Labs, and all you need to get started using it is an Adobe ID, a web browser and the Adobe Flash Player.

Acrobat.com Presentations allows you to create some fantastic looking presentations online quickly and easily. So what’s the big deal about that? Well, you can do this is in a collaborative way with others at the same time. Just as you can share documents authored in Buzzword, or files using Acrobat.com Share, you can share an online presentation with others, and let them be either a viewer or, better yet, a co-author. Giving those individuals that you need to work with the ability to author a document at the same time as you can help to make the presentation the best that it can be.

If you then want to give others the ability to review the presentation but not have access to it online, you have the option to export and download the presentation as a PDF file, then use Acrobat 8 and 9’s Shared Reviews functionality to allow them to add and submit comments and markup.


Check it out for yourself at http://labs.acrobat.com, or read the Acrobat.com blog or follow the team via Twitter. And let them know what you think and what you would like to see via http://ideas.acrobat.com.

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