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Setting Up Adobe Acrobat and Reader on Windows 10

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.

How Do I… Edit Text in Any PDF File?

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 A whopping 83% of professionals surveyed said outdated ways of working has negatively impacted their ability to be productive.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.

Sharing Script Libraries with Custom Commands

JavaScript for Acrobat is secure, incredibly powerful, and enables you to automate a wide variety of tasks like sophisticated interactive forms. But the implementation of JavaScript for Acrobat and JavaScript for browsers is very different. Learn how to navigate the differences and easily share script libraries using the Custom Command tool in Acrobat.

How Do I… Send and Track Large Files with Acrobat DC?

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.

Feb 23, 2017 /Adobe Sign/Learn /

3 Reasons You Should Be Using Workflow Designer in Adobe Sign

Workflow Designer puts Adobe Sign Enterprise customers in the driver’s seat. Build and refine processes that will make key signature and approval tasks easy and efficient for users while ensuring compliance and control for the business. Learn how!

How Do I… Convert a PDF to Microsoft Office Formats?

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.

Hidden Gems in Acrobat DC: Verifying Revision Changes

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.

7 Acrobat Tasks You Can Perform Using Your Browser

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.

Sep 22, 2016 /Adobe Sign/Learn /

Adobe Sign: Build a Better Web Form

Need to add a form to your website? For business and enterprise users, the Create Widget feature in Adobe Sign makes it easy to embed reusable web forms that people can sign on any device.

6 Must Have Back-to-School Acrobat DC Tips 

Summer is fading and it’s that time again: homework, assessments, reports, research, group projects, and labs. Since learning happens both in and outside of the classroom, check out these six paperless tips to help inspire both students and teachers on the go.