|Nov 9, 2005, 01:03 AM||#1|
An Outsider's Look at Creative Suite 2 (Part I): Acrobat 7
Category: 3rd Party Software
Link: An Outsider's Look at Creative Suite 2 (Part I): Acrobat 7
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|Nov 9, 2005, 01:43 AM||#2|
Acrobat 7........mmmkay...resource hungry Adobe postsripting and PDF creation with work flow management might be a bit more interesting.....
bring on Photoshop
With Windows iWork, with Apple iCreate
|Nov 9, 2005, 08:54 AM||#3|
One feature I think is cool in Acrobat Professional (AP) is enabling the commenting feature for anyone using Acrobat Reader (AR). This way clients (who probably only have the free AR) can also give feedback within the document just like any other AP user.
The Organizer is kind of neat to, it keeps a history of previously viewed pdfs (opened from your HD or the web).
I still prefer viewing pdfs in Preview though. Not sure why (habit?). That may soon change since 10.4.3 did sumptin fishy to it.
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