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Acrobat X: A New World of Document Collaboration & Innovation

Today, we introduced the Adobe Acrobat X software family the next generation of software solutions and services that empowers professionals to innovate and create high-quality content, while driving tighter collaboration and productivity across teams in today’s dynamic business environments.

Acrobat X delivers new guided Actions to simplify multi-step document preparation and publishing processes; completely new customization capabilities in PDF Portfolios to unify multiple file types into a compelling presentation; new document services on Acrobat.com to give individuals the ability to collaborate more efficiently. Integration with Microsoft SharePoint enables consistency of PDF documents across the enterprise; and re-use of content is now easier with higher quality export to Microsoft Word and Excel.

But today’s news is really about a dramatic improvement in how we exchange and collaborate on documents. Check out the full blog post with insights from Kevin M. Lynch, vice president and general manager of Acrobat, Digital Enterprise Solutions Group at Adobe for more on the Acrobat family blog.

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Adobe Simplifies Team Collaboration with Acrobat.com Workspaces

Today, Adobe introduced Acrobat.com Workspaces, a new collaboration space that lets teams inside and outside of organizations work together on projects. With Workspaces, team members can store and organize project content online, and easily share and manage team access to files – eliminating the need to continually e-mail updates. They can create Shared Workspaces to store and share a set of files related to a project, letting team members work together across time zones and firewalls, with no specific file sharing software or IT involvement necessary. For more information on Acrobat.com Workspaces, including step-by-step instructions on how to create and share a Workspace, please visit our Acrobat.com blog.

Acrobat and Acrobat.com…sharing more than just a name

We recently introduced the latest version of Acrobat.com and told you all about it here. We hope you’ve read up on what’s new with Acrobat.com and perhaps already given the newest version a whirl. However, you still may not be familiar with how Acrobat and Acrobat.com can work together.

Check out this post from Dave Stromfeld on the Acrobat product management team blog to learn about how Acrobat and Acrobat.com work together to streamline forms processes and document reviews, among other things. Dave also includes pointers to other posts and video tutorials on the subject.

If you’re interested in what the Acrobat team is up to, follow some of the team members on twitter: @acro_dave, @acroboy, @acrotips, @pdfsage.

The new Acrobat.com is live!

We are excited to introduce the newest version of Acrobat.com. The service now features:

  • Easily share files: You can now work together across organizations without the hassle of using ftp servers or worrying about e-mailing large files.
  • Access anywhere, anytime: Any Internet-connected computer or supported smartphone gives you real-time access to all of their files on Acrobat.com.
  • Real-time collaboration: You can easily conduct Web meetings from Macs or PCs with Adobe ConnectNow.
  • Enhanced productivity: With applications such as Adobe Buzzword®, you can easily work together to co-author and obtain feedback on documents, without the need for multiple versions.

Check out the new Acrobat.com here and get updates and feedback firsthand from the Acrobat.com team at: http://blogs.adobe.com/acom/

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