Archive for December, 2007

Using an Acrobat 8 Form to collect data over the Web

_uacct = “UA-1416026-2”;urchinTracker();_uacct = “UA-1416026-1”;urchinTracker();A question from Liz made me think, humm, what’s for dinner, whoops, got off track there, actually the question was: “I understood the lesson you gave on creating forms and then distributing them. But what if my organization wants to create a form and post it to our Web site for people to download and complete, then mail back? Is there no way to do that? Must it be distributed via e-mail by me, the document/form creator?” This is a great question, and one that does not get enough discussion, so let’s go for it!

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3D AutoCAD to Acrobat 3D Ver 8 with out Autocad part deux

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_uacct = “UA-1416026-1”;urchinTracker();I was recently asked this question, “Tim, You showed us that you didn’t need AutoCAD on your computer to get 2D DWG files into Acrobat 8 Professional, but what about AutoCAD 3D models into Acrobat 3D version 8?” Well, you are in luck, just like Beckham at a Spice Girls Concert! We got you covered here, just sit back relax and let your ol’ buddy Tim kick this one out for you.

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Podcast now listed on iTunes

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_uacct = “UA-1416026-1”;urchinTracker();Hello all, most of you that know me, know I am a bit impatiant. Waiting for iTunes to finally list my Podcast was killing me, but, I am happy to say it is there, and I will be trying to post at least 2 times a week with some great tips and tricks on Acrobat. With every one I will try to make you say…(all together now) “Man, I didn’t know Acrobat could do that!“. To get to the iTunes page Click Here.

Keep some Life in you Life!


Still can’t get the PDF Makers to show up in Office 2007! Time to go deep!

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