As our digital world gets bigger, so does the staggering number of solutions, platforms, and applications. Half of office workers need to create and share documents with teams who use entirely different systems. So how do you make sure your documents are ready for anything? Learn how to create PDFs from any device.
Adobe Acrobat DC
Creating accessible PDF documents is an important and yet sometimes challenging process. Depending upon the accessibility of the original source document there may be many steps involved in making the PDF version accessible. At Adobe, we are continually working to improve that process. With Adobe Acrobat Pro DC you get continuous updates and access to the latest features and with the most recent release we’ve made improvements to help you more efficiently create an accessible PDF document.
Documents are the underpinning of office work, and PDF and Microsoft Office are some of the most commonly used formats in the everyday business workflow. So why not use the two together to build interactive PDF forms that can be filled and signed anywhere?
Adobe Acrobat and Reader work great on Windows 10, especially when you optimize their interaction. This can be done in two simple steps after installing Acrobat or Reader. The first step is to pin the application to the taskbar, and second, make Acrobat or Reader the default application for opening PDF files.
Today, the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool and Remote Update Manager for Adobe Acrobat DC and Adobe Acrobat Reader DC are available to help IT organizations with limited resources completely control their update management process.
So what do you do if your organization isn’t exactly driving toward a digital transformation? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. A whopping 83% of professionals surveyed said outdated ways of working has negatively impacted their ability to be productive. The good news? You may already have access to productivity-boosting tools that can help propel you forward.
Today we are excited to unveil the latest advancements from Acrobat DC, bringing the creative backbone of Adobe to digital document workflows. The new release of Acrobat DC empowers customers with several types of filters to take files to new heights. Sticker-like Embellishments highlight key messages, Beautification removes imperfections, and E-Motions bridge the gap between work and life.
After almost a decade of work, the board released its “Section 508 refresh” on January 18. In the updated rule, the board addresses improved access for numerous disabilities and takes a significant step towards greater accessibility.
This past summer, Laurel Warrell, a former Adobe Research intern and current Masters of Science candidate at Georgia Tech, worked with Adobe Research Principal Scientist Walter Chang on a PDF-to-VR prototype leveraging a consumer VR device and 360-degree content, proposing a transformation in how people can interact with content otherwise locked away in documents. We asked both a few questions about the project and about the Adobe Research’s collaboration with academic institutions.