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.
Nothing can bring work to a screeching halt quite like email attachment errors. According to Adobe research, 43% of office workers say the volume of email attachments makes work life complicated. Send and track large files with confidence with Acrobat DC. Check it out.
Today we’re announcing that IT managers can now deliver secure, named user access to Adobe Acrobat DC via Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, as well as VMware Horizon, the industry leading virtual app and desktop solutions. Acrobat DC named user access is already available for Microsoft App-V. Take a look!
It’s about time we start new projects without starting over. With the Export PDF tool in Acrobat DC, users can convert PDF files into fully formatted Microsoft Office documents. No muss, no fuss – just a simple way to save time. Convert your files on your desktop, on your mobile device… anywhere, really. Here’s how.
Adobe Sensei has been at the heart of Adobe Document Cloud all along with technology that works on your behalf, automating repetitive tasks, boosting productivity, and paving the way for the workplace of the future. It’s the science behind what we’ve always described as ‘Adobe magic.’ Check out some of the ways that machine learning and AI is already being put to work in Document Cloud.
With Black Friday just around the corner, you’re probably setting aside an envelope, file folder or even a shoebox for the avalanche of holiday shopping receipts that you’ll need to hang onto this season. This year, we have a better idea! Today we’ve added a brand new, and completely free, Scan tool into Acrobat Reader for iOS and Android. In fact, more than 300 million people who already have the Reader app on their phones and tablets can simply update and start scanning today.
Organizations are working to enable personnel to work from any device, any time, and from any location. However, this flexibility presents a number of challenges for corporate IT departments to manage and secure countless devices and apps. Working with the AppConfig Community, Adobe is helping to establish and drive native standards for app configuration and security.
To improve document revision integrity, the October 2016 release of Acrobat Pro DC* includes a completely updated and renamed file comparison capability. The Compare Files tool (previously named Compare Documents) provides a comprehensive way to verify and track document revision changes. In one step, you can create a detailed report of every change (including text, fonts, images, and tables) between two PDF files.
Today’s release completely overhauls one of the most popular tools in Acrobat: Compare Documents. The all-new Compare Files tool lets you quickly and accurately see differences between two PDF files like never before.
Are you a mobile worker—rarely in the office, getting most work done on a smartphone or tablet? Or do you use co-working space that may not have Acrobat installed on every computer? With an Acrobat DC subscription you can get lots of work done just by using your browser.
There’s a better way to work with PDFs and sign your documents, all from within Box. Join us at BoxWorks 2016 to learn how Adobe Document Cloud and Box integrate to help your organization automate document workflows, shorten review cycles, and be more efficient.