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  Adobe - Adobe Acrobat Family - Create PDF file, Edit PDF file, Convert PDF to word, Convert PDF to doc
Adobe® Acrobat® 8 Professional software enables business professionals to reliably create, combine, and control Adobe PDF documents for easy, more secure distribution, collaboration, and data collection.
Adobe Acrobat 3D software empowers CAD, CAM, and CAE users to convert virtually any CAD file to a highly compressed 3D PDF file to enable 3D-based collaboration and CAD data interoperability.
Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard software enables business professionals to reliably create, combine, and control Adobe PDF documents for easy, more secure distribution and collaboration.
www.adobe.com /products/acrobat   (132 words)

  Acrobat Ant | Iowa Insect Information Notes
One of these is named the acrobat ant because of the way the worker ants carry their abdomens above the rest of the body as if they were performing a balancing act.
When acrobat ants nest indoors they are usually inside wood or cavities kept moist with water from leaks.
Acrobat ants entering from outdoors can be managed by sealing the exterior cracks through which they enter, using a residual insecticide barrier along the foundation, or by treating the ant nest if the location can be determined through careful inspection and observation.
www.ipm.iastate.edu /ipm/iiin/aacrobat.html   (509 words)

 Legal Technology - Will Lawyers Flip for Adobe Acrobat 8?
Version 8 of Adobe Acrobat blasted on the scene recently with some tasty ingredients that appeal directly to legal professionals, such as form field recognition, a "true" redaction tool and a Bates numbering wizard.
Acrobat 8 literally scrapes the underlying text out of the document that you're working on, so Acrobat warns you to save your document under another name so that you're original will be left intact.
With Acrobat 8, Adobe made the generous decision to open up Adobe Reader just a little more to allow those users to complete the form within the Reader application, and return it to you with a click of the button.
www.law.com /jsp/legaltechnology/pubArticleLT.jsp?id=1165244464120   (1186 words)

  Adobe Acrobat 3D: AECbytes Product Review
Acrobat 3D also allows 3D models of the supported file formats to be directly inserted into Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, so that when these files are published into the PDF format, they include the required interactive 3D content alongside traditional text-based and drawing-based content.
In my last review of Acrobat 7.0 Professional, where 3D had just been introduced, I commented that Acrobat needed to continue to broaden its focus from 2D to 3D, and that it would be interesting to see how much further the PDF format could go.
Acrobat 3D is going to gain much more initial traction in the manufacturing industry, which has already embraced 3D fully, and which will find it tremendously useful to capture machine parts, assemblies, and so on in PDF format (see Figure 7).
www.aecbytes.com /review/2006/Acrobat3D.html   (2757 words)

 Law Practice Today | Litigating with Acrobat Part 2: Acrobat Inside the Litigation Office
Acrobat litigation files are much more useful when you can find desired documents based upon their internal content.
Using the Acrobat printer function is a good way to get all pertinent case data and documents, including e-mail, spreadsheets, and notes typed in a word processor into a single universally readable file format.
Acrobat 7 Professional includes some nice collaboration features that work well for a dispersed litigation team, including improved document security, comments by multiple persons embedded within a document, version control, file synchronization, and the ability to directly e-mail a document.
www.abanet.org /lpm/lpt/articles/tch05061.shtml   (2381 words)

 Adobe Acrobat Professional for Windows
Adobe Acrobat Professional is a good solution for many different kinds of documents because it combines relatively small file sizes with advanced features, including in-depth security and customizability options.
Adobe Acrobat Professional is available for use at the University at Buffalo's Public Computing Service Areas, but must be purchased to obtain a license for personal computer use.
Acrobat Professional is licensed software, meaning you must purchase a copy of it for each machine that it is to be installed on.
wings.buffalo.edu /computing/Documentation/win/acrobatwriter.htm   (2384 words)

 java.net: Accessing a PDF Document with the Acrobat Viewer JavaBean
A Java application with the Acrobat Viewer API may be developed in an IDE such as Eclipse, JDeveloper, or NetBeans, or as a command-line application.
Acrobat Viewer has several properties to specify the display characteristics of a PDF document.
The Acrobat Viewer provides some viewer commands to edit the document and to modify the view characteristics of the document.
today.java.net /pub/a/today/2005/10/20/accessing-pdf-with-acrobat-viewer-javabean.html   (778 words)

 Adobe Labs - Adobe Acrobat 3D Version 8
Adobe® Acrobat® 3D Version 8 software empowers CAD, CAM, and CAE application users to rapidly convert virtually any CAD file into highly compressed, more secure, ubiquitous PDF files that can be used by customers, suppliers, and co-workers to quickly and easily review and mark up 3D designs with free Adobe Reader® software.
During the preview, Acrobat 3D Version 8 can be used to simulate functionality that will be available to users of the forthcoming update to Adobe Reader - such as the ability to interact with 3D objects in PDF files converted via the PRC format.
Acrobat 3D and it’s companion application, the 3D Toolkit have extensive help that is available to the user via the help menu.
labs.adobe.com /technologies/acrobat3d_version8   (1081 words)

 Adobe Acrobat
In order for PDF files to work correctly, the version of acrobat reader you are using must be at least as current as the version of Acrobat that created the PDF file.
Acrobat Reader is the program that allows you to open and view PDF files.
This is not the same as the full version of Acrobat which is used to create PDF files.
www.aces.edu /ctu/techref/software/acrobat   (514 words)

 Legal Technology - Adobe Acrobat Updates Likely to Lure Lawyers
Adobe Acrobat 8 on Monday in tandem with a newly rebranded, Flash-based collaboration tool called Acrobat Connect (formerly Macromedia Breeze; Adobe paid $3.4 billion for Macromedia in 2005).
Lawyers who've been using Acrobat for a while have used all sorts of tools to apply Bates stamps to documents, such as the IntelliPDF BATES Stamp and the add-on from CaseSoft for CaseMap.
Acrobat has evolved as a perfect tool for interactive forms, and Version 8 now has the ability to "recognize" a nonactive form and decide where interactive form fields should appear.
www.law.com /jsp/legaltechnology/pubArticleLT.jsp?id=1158582918768   (955 words)

 Creating forms in Adobe Acrobat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acrobat files look virtually identical to the original document, print as close to the original printout as possible for the printer you use, and look virtually identical across platforms (Unix, Windows, Mac).
Acrobat PDF files, in essence, are glorified printer files with navigation and hypertext controls.
The Acrobat suite is enigmatic in that although users need Acrobat Exchange ($295 retail: somewhat cheaper on the GSA Schedule) to edit PDF files, users create PDF files in virtually any application with a print command except Acrobat Exchange.
www.va.gov /oirm/training/acrobat   (3798 words)

 IS: Software - Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat is a program that lets you produce documents from different sources including Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, CAD drawings, web pages, etc. Acrobat should not be confused with the free Adobe product called Acrobat Reader.
One of the advantages of using Acrobat to produce PDF documents is that these documents will look exactly as you see them on your computer.
Acrobat also allows you to do simple editing to your images, like rotating, cropping, and resizing.
www.is.utulsa.edu /resources/software/acrobat   (314 words)

 Adobe Acrobat 5.0
Adobe Acrobat and its PDF format has become the standard in electronic document delivery because of its ease of use, portability, and reliability.
Acrobat is the core application that allows you to create rich documents that can contain images, smart links, bookmarks, form data, comments, handwritten scribbles, sound and movie clips, secure digital signatures, file attachments, and JavaScript.
Acrobat 5.0 gives you the flexibility to specify what actions readers will be able to take on a given PDF when you create it.
home1.gte.net /res0qean/acrobat_5.html   (1295 words)

 Amazon.com: Adobe Acrobat 5.0 [Old Version]: Software   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acrobat 5.0 can convert any file type from its application?s print command into a PDF, which, when viewed by someone with the free Acrobat Reader, will look the same as you created it, irrespective of their monitor?s resolution setting, or computer platform.
Using Acrobat to create a bookmarked photo-gallery, for example, will result in a file much smaller than an equivalent HTML item when you use Acrobat?s screen-optimised Distiller settings, and with all the images retained within the PDF itself, instead of split between a contents folder and its associated HTML page.
The free upgrade period from Acrobat 5 to 6 is over now, but Adobe really needs to come up with a better way for their old Acrobat 3 customers to upgrade.
www.amazon.com /Adobe-Acrobat-5-0-Old-Version/dp/B00005ATST   (3107 words)

 Adobe Store - Acrobat family
Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional software is the advanced way to create, control, and deliver more secure, high-quality Adobe PDF documents.
Adobe Acrobat® 7.0 Standard software is the simple way to create and share more secure, reliable Adobe PDF documents.
Adobe Acrobat® 7.0 Professional is the advanced way to create, control, and deliver more secure, high-quality Adobe PDF documents.
store.adobe.com /store/products/department.jhtml?id=deptAcrobatFamily   (227 words)

 AccessPDF - Acrobat
I'm not sure if this plug-in works in Acrobat 6 or greater; the manufacturer no longer supports it (though it appears to be on the market).
Acrobat has a text edit tool (TouchUp Text), but it does not permit editing text that uses a font you don't have on your machine.
But, if I open the file with Acrobat 4.0 or 5.0 I get a message that basically says that it's a newer version PDF file and therefore some information may not be displayed correctly.
www.accesspdf.com /index.php?topic=acrobat   (1808 words)

 Acrobat User Community - Adobe Designer or Acrobat Forms?
The first choice you make when creating a PDF form is whether to create the form in Adobe Acrobat Professional or 3D, or to step outside of Acrobat and use Adobe LiveCycle Designer (Windows only).
To the end user, all PDF forms have a file extension of.pdf, whether the form was produced by Acrobat or Designer.
You can continue to serve the ones with legacy versions of Acrobat and Reader with AcroForms, or you can use XFA forms to provide a richer and more dynamic experience to users who have up-to-date software.
www.acrobatusers.com /articles/2006/08/designer_or_forms/index.php   (1336 words)

 Adobe Boosts Market Position With Acrobat 8 Capabilities
Acrobat 8 is Adobe's first attempt to leverage products added through the Macromedia buy, including its Breeze and Flash Player products.
Acrobat 8 advances Adobe’s position to compete in the collaborative document assembly and review market with a range of tools suited to professional and casual users.
Casual Acrobat users whose primary occupation is creative and who also use Creative Suite may want to wait until 2007, when the new Acrobat will be bundled with Creative Suite 3.
www.gartner.com /DisplayDocument?doc_cd=143629&ref=g_homelink   (597 words)

 Adobe Acrobat 5.0
The Acrobat Reader was still a free application, and Acrobat Pro was a bundle of several applications that had to be purchased from Adobe.
Acrobat Pro included Acrobat Distiller and Acrobat Exchange and it introduced a new application known as Acrobat Catalog that enabled the user to create searches from multiple PDF files and provided an organized index of all the words used in documents.
With Adobe Acrobat 5.0, Adobe has kept the name of Acrobat to refer to the component that was earlier referred to as Exchange.
www.sonic.net /mnitepub/pccafe/reviews/adobe_acrobat5/adobe_acrobat5.html   (3614 words)

 Amazon.com: Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional [Old Version]: Software   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acrobat 7.0 Professional is the advanced way to create, control, and deliver more secure, high-quality PDF documents.
In short, Acrobat will make a mess of your working environment, there's no way to completely fix it, and even the partial fix is a pain (and not well documented).
Experienced Acrobat users will also notice that this version continues another frustrating trend for Acrobat (and most other Adobe applications): it is yet again slower to launch than the previous version.
www.amazon.com /Adobe-Acrobat-7-0-Professional-Version/dp/B00069E7KO   (2120 words)

 Acrobat Password Recovery Key - Adobe PDF documents password recovery
Acrobat Key is a program to recover user passwords for Adobe Acrobat PDF files.
Adobe Acrobat uses relatively strong encryption algorithm that makes instant password calculation impossible.
2007, SQL 2005, Acrobat 8 and FileMaker 9.
www.lostpassword.com /acrobat.htm   (340 words)

 Acrobat (Linktionary term)
Acrobat is a product from Adobe Systems Incorporated that strives to be a universal document formatter and viewer.
Acrobat is designed to assist companies in distributing their documents over the Internet, on disk and CD-ROM, or via electronic mail messages.
Acrobat readers are free and available at the Adobe site or at most sites that provide Acrobat files for downloading.
www.linktionary.com /a/acrobat.html   (275 words)

 What is Acrobat? - a definition from Whatis.com
- Acrobat is a program from Adobe that lets you capture a document and then view it in its original format and appearance.
Acrobat is ideal for making documents or brochures that were designed for the print medium viewable electronically and capable of being shared with others on the Internet.
To view an Acrobat document, which is called a Portable Document Format (PDF) file, you need Acrobat Reader.
searchcio.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid19_gci211517,00.html   (274 words)

 PC World - Adobe Readies Acrobat 7.0   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acrobat 7.0 Professional users can create PDF files and allow those to be reviewed and commented on by Acrobat Reader 7.0 users.
Acrobat Elements is available only through Adobe's volume licensing program as a PDF creation tool and costs $39 per seat for a 100-seat license.
Acrobat Reader 7.0 will be available for Windows and Mac by year's end and next year for Linux, Pocket PC, Palm OS, and Symbian, according to Adobe.
www.pcworld.com /article/id,118590/article.html   (605 words)

 About Adobe Acrobat Reader
The free Adobe Acrobat Reader allows you to view, navigate, and print PDF files across all major computing platforms (Linux, Macintosh, OS/2, Unix, Windows, and other mobile operating systems).
Acrobat Reader is free and available directly from Adobe's website with full installation instructions.
For faster viewing and printing: Right-click on any Acrobat PDF file on our website to download it first to your hard drive.
www.fda.gov /cder/pdf.htm   (129 words)

 MacNN | Adobe launches Acrobat 8
In addition, Acrobat 8 and Adobe Reader 8 provide one-button access to Acrobat Connect software (formerly Macromedia Breeze), an easy-to-use, hosted software service for US users that provides immediate access to a personal meeting room for realtime Web conferencing.
Along with Acrobat Connect, Acrobat 8 further extends the family beyond simple PDF creation and now enables users to choose the most appropriate means for engaging others, through electronic documents or in realtime over the Web.
Acrobat 8 also enables PDF content to be exported into popular formats to enable reuse and repurposing of content.
www.macnn.com /articles/06/09/18/adobe.acrobat.8   (860 words)

 Adobe Acrobat Reader - Download
Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
With Acrobat Reader, you can also fill in and submit Adobe PDF forms online.* And now, Acrobat Reader for mobile devices lets you view Adobe PDF files on the go.
Acrobat Reader for Macintosh uses a Web-based installer that allows you to select the components you wish to download.
www.media.mit.edu /physics/pedagogy/fab/fab_2002/help_pages/networking_resources/Protocols/www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html   (321 words)

 Acrobat Plug-in Development Basics
A set of conventions has been developed that allow Acrobat to query the DLL for the functionality it provides and the functionality it requires from Acrobat.
If you are using the Acrobat SDK to develop your plug-in and starting with one of the provided samples, the base functionality is provided for you in the sample projects.
It is possible to build a plug-in that will load in both Acrobat 3.x and 4.0 by specifying older version numbers as specified in the Acrobat 3.x SDK.
support.adobe.com /devsup/devsup.nsf/docs/50802.htm   (643 words)

 WebAIM: PDF Accessibility - Defining Acrobat PDF Accessibility
When people talk about the accessibility of Adobe Acrobat, or PDF files, they are usually referring to the accessibility of Acrobat to screen readers, but screen reader users are not the only people who should be considered when creating accessible PDF files.
Before the release of Acrobat 5.0, PDF files were not accessible to screen readers in any meaningful way.
Now it is possible to expose the text in PDF files to screen readers, but much like HTML, PDF files must be created with accessibility in mind.
www.webaim.org /techniques/acrobat   (817 words)

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