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November 15, 2010

Adobe introduces Acrobat X offerings

Create and share content in a dynamic business environments

By CBR Staff Writer

Adobe Systems has introduced Acrobat X offerings and a new document exchange service, to enable professionals innovate, create and share higher-quality content, driving tighter collaboration and productivity across teams in dynamic business environments.

The company said that the new Acrobat X software allows users to automate routine, multi-step tasks and share them with coworkers and collaborators, reducing the burden of training.

In addition, with the new layouts, visual themes and color palettes in PDF Portfolios, business professionals can change how users view, think and interact with content and its context.

Acrobat X addresses critical challenge of communicating and collaborating with widely dispersed teams of colleagues, partners and customers in a compelling way while its services tackles the need to have access to, exchange, retrieve and view documents reliably from anywhere.

The new Acrobat X Suite allows users to capture, edit and combine digital content right from the desktop and easily create dynamic communications.

Further, the new Microsoft SharePoint integration enables consistency of Adobe PDF documents across the enterprise; users can check-in and check-out PDF files for reviewing and editing shared documents.

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The company said that a streamlined process lets large organisations deploy, configure and manage updates and conform to ISO standards, in both Adobe Reader X and Acrobat X, including support for Microsoft SCCM and SCUP.

Adobe SendNow is a new document exchange service that lets users send, download, track and manage documents, and enables users to upload files from a Web browser or directly from the share pane in Adobe Reader X.

Adobe CreatePDF is a new service for easy, online PDF creation from any desktop computer that has been designed to simplify the process of turning files into high quality PDF documents.

In addition, CreatePDF allows users to convert Microsoft Office documents, images and other supported files into an Adobe PDF from a Web browser, and can combine documents into a single PDF file.

Further, PDF access has been expanded to mobile devices with free Adobe Reader X for Android, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry Tablet OS.

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