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Micromail are delighted to present Adobe Acrobat XI. Just next week, we will be hosting a joint demonstration with

Adobe on the 25th of October in the Morrison Hotel (Lower Ormond Quay); it’s an open invite, so please feel free to pass this on to anyone interested.

Please note spaces are limited.

An Adobe product specialist will be highlighting all the best and latest features of Acrobat XI.

Date: Thursday 25th of October

Venue: Morrison Hotel (Lower Ormond Quay)
Cost:Free
Time: 09.45 – 12.00

Register Now! 

AGENDA:

09.45 – 10.00 Registration & Coffee/Tea
10.00 – 12.00 Acrobat Demonstration & Q&A Session

Back in November 2010 Adobe released the latest version of the free Adobe (Acrobat) Reader, version X (10). Reader allows you to view and print PDF files. Adobe claim there has been more than 600 million downloads of Reader to date and when a new version of Reader is released millions of users rush to download it. Spammers and other miscreants took this opportunity to send emails to lure people into clicking on suspicious looking links. Another such email arrived into my Junk Mail today. Read More »

Adobe Acrobat has long been the de facto tool for creating files in Portable Document Format (PDF). It was Adobe Systems who created the PDF file format back in 1993 but today PDF is actually an open standard (ISO 32000 for all you who were wondering).  As long time Acrobat users know, Acrobat is far more than just a PDF creator. Leaving the run-of-the-mill stuff like creating PDF’s from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc. to one side, Acrobat also allows you to create and distribute fillable forms, permanently delete sensitive information with redaction tools, validate doc’s for conformance to ISO standards, archive emails from Microsoft Outlook, apply encryption protection to documents and with the latest release of Acrobat X (version 10) in November the feature list just goes on and on.

In my opinion one the best features of Acrobat happens to be one of its least known. Everyone knows that the free Adobe Reader allows you to open, search and print PDF’s. What people don’t know is that Acrobat allows Adobe Reader users do more. Much more in fact… Read More »