Overview of Acrobat.com

Posted by 16 Apr, 2009

In today’s blog post I want to give you a brief overview on Acrobat.com

With Acrobat.com you can create and share documents, communicate in real time and simplify working with others. At the Acrobat.com site you have 5 portals which are: Adobe Buzzword, Adobe ConnectNow, Create PDF, Share, File Storage.

With Adobe Buzzword you have the ability to write & collaborate on documents anywhere, anytime (think your word editor on the web) Adobe Buzzword is a new online word processor which you can create & print documents, collaborate with only the people you choose and you can access your documents from anywhere as it operates inside your web browser. Adobe Buzzwords is free.

With Adobe ConnectNow you can meet live over the web and share your screen with anyone. Share your ideas complete projects together all online. With ConnectNow you can reduce your travel costs while saving time and increasing productivity. One feature that is available that I highly recommend you to try is the remote control. This is where you can take control of another meetings participants desktop with their permission. This is useful for collaborative work as well as technical support. Other features include video conferencing, Integrated audio choices (VoIP) and chat pods. Adobe ConnectNow is free.

With Create PDF you have the ability to convert up to five files to Adobe PDF online. Create PDF documents from your existing files in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other applications.

With My Files you can store your files online for easy access from anywhere. Acrobat.com provides a file sharing portal to help you easily organize all of the files you want to share online. You can store Microsoft Word files, Excel spreadsheets, PDF files and images and its free.

With Share Acrobat.com provides online file sharing where you can send files to others for easy access while you maintain control and its free.

To get started using Acrobat.com and all of its features go to www.acrobat.com and sign up to get your Adobe ID and your personal URL address. If you are interested in seeing a demo of Acrobat.com and all its features please send me an email.

*Some of the verbage for this blog post was found at http://www.adobe.com/acom/

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