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Acrobat X and Microsoft Office

These two products are the perfect complement to each other. Not only is there close integration be tween Acrobat and Office 2010, it extends to SharePoint and therefore many educational learning platforms across the UK.

There are a whole set of resources and examples of how the products work together at: http://www.addacrobatx.com/resources/. For example:

Easily exchange information with partners, suppliers and customers

With Acrobat X software, you can create PDF files from any Microsoft applications with print functionality – including one-button PDF file creation from Outlook and Internet Explorer.

Protect your documents from being printed, edited or saved

Add Acrobat X to your Microsoft platform and you’ll be able to safeguard any PDF document by restricting what recipients can do – including printing, modifying and reusing content – and setting passwords to open PDF files.

Help your teams deliver more engaging communications

Combine and unify different document and content types – including those from all Office 2010 applications – into a single Acrobat X PDF file or customised, professionally designed PDF Portfolio.

There are some great documents (PDF of course) avaiable to help get the most out of Acrobat X. There is even a detailed ‘how to’ tutorial with step-by-step guidance.

Useful Links to Resources

It’s surprising how many useful resources Adobe provides for the Education sector. I’ve summarised a few here that you can point your customers to and at the same time add value to the sales proposition.

Teaching and Learning Resources for Schools – choose a solution, choose a subject or choose a product to get instructional resources for school customers. In addition this site provides links to training materials, success stories, online events, Adobe Education Leaders, and much, much more.

Higher Ed Teaching and Learning Resources – choose a solution or choose a product to get a variety of tailored resources for Higher and Further Education. In addition this site provides links to online events, showcase materials, Adobe Education Leaders, Achievement Awards and many other valuable resources.

Adobe TV: Students and Educators Channel – as the name suggests this resource offers a wealth of programs for students and eduators where they can see products in action and learn how to get the very best out of Adobe’s wealth of technology.

Adobe Certification Programs – learn about the Adobe Certified Associate exams, how to become an Adobe Certified Test Centre and how these programs can open doors for students with industry recognised certification.

Adobe Professional Development - eSeminars, on-demand Seminars, Live Events, Curriculum Workshops and Adobe online Training can all be found on the professional development site.

These six sites offer a comprehensive set of resources designed for education customers, but they’re a well kept secret. Why not differentiate your customer proposal with links to these resources?

Get Ready for ‘Back to School’

Schools are starting to return from the summer holidays and key contacts are now becoming available to talk to.

The marketing team has prepared a DVD full of sales and marketing resources to help you get prepared for the start of the new term, including sales and marketing assets on Adobe Education solutions for schools, universities and students. The first 50 people to request the DVD will also receive a complimentary 2010 – 2011 Adobe Education School Holiday Planner mouse mat.

To request your DVD simply click here