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December 6, 2010

Dino Direct launches Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro at

Unifying a wide range of content in a single organised PDF portfolio

By CBR Staff Writer and its another platform, a global shareware site, have made Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional available on the platform.

Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional includes new features, such as collaborating more effectively and securely, unifying a wide range of content in a single organized PDF Portfolio, collaborating through electronic document reviews, creating and managing dynamic forms ad help protect sensitive information, among others.

Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro users will have a set of tools to create, compile, and access information originating from a variety of source documents, whether by conversion or direct scanning, the company said.

Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional includes redaction and sharing tools for collaboration. Legal teams can easily review everyone’s comments in a single file and add their feedback, helping to get everyone on the same page, the company said.

Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro enables users deliver professional PDF communications, and they can also create and edit PDF files with rich media included, share information more securely, and gather feedback.

Users can convert or scan content, such as paper documents, email, photos, spreadsheets, websites, to PDF, while they can view created and shared PDF files on mobile devices and smartphone.

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Behind the priorities of tech and cybersecurity leaders CIO said Adobe Acrobat’s true cross compatibility, gives users the ability to generate PDF files from multiple native formats and access them through any platform.

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