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Accessible PDFs in Acrobat DC: Tagging Content as an Artifact

There are multiple ways to tag content as an artifact within Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. In this Accessibility blog, the step-by-step guide will walk you through the simplest method with the fewest steps. Take a look!

Jul 24, 2017 /Adobe Sign/Learn /

Cooking Up Training Certificates using Mega Sign

By leveraging the Mega Sign feature in Adobe Sign, you can send customized certificates to a number of recipients. Find out what ingredients you need to cook up a certificate that can be customized for many.

Automating the Mundane with Workflow Designer

For Enterprise plan customers, Adobe Sign’s built-in Workflow Designer allows account or group administrators to design workflows so the right people get the right document in the right order, every time.

Create Protected PDFs from Microsoft Office

Some documents are meant to be tweaked, edited, adjusted, and fine-tuned. Some are meant to be crystallized in amber. Easily prevent people from editing and copying information from your file. You can even limit other activities like printing, commenting, form filling, and adding pages. Restrict the way people use your PDF file right from within Microsoft Office applications on Windows.

Enhance the E-signature Experience with Advanced Workflows

According to an IDC study, 77% of line-of-business leaders say that gaps in automation of their existing systems adversely impact the quality of the customer experience. Adobe Sign Advanced Workflows are designed to automate disparate digital workflows, leading to improved customer satisfaction.

How Do I… Create and Share Files With Anyone?

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 Continues to Improve on Making PDFs Accessible

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.

Create an Interactive PDF Form from a Word 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?

How Do I… Track Documents Sent for Signature?

There’s something deeply satisfying about a signature at the end of a process. You’ve done it! Or have you? According to IDC research, 55% of office workers have no clue where their documents sit in the signing process. Follow these steps to get to the finish line with Adobe Sign.

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.