October 3, 2011
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
101 Walter Library: Map It
An Adobe PDF is much more than a document destined for the print queue. When it comes to creating and enabling a PDF with underlying "intelligence," Acrobat stands alone in improving educational processes in higher education; from creating research proposals and assembling instructional materials, to improving processes involving collaboration and rich media integration.
Whether you are a student, faculty member, researcher, or administrative professional this in-depth presentation will demonstrate how Acrobat can transform and repurpose existing materials for a more efficient environment for a number of common and complex tasks. Share your questions and successes and come see how everyone can maximize resources and time with the new interface and workflows in Acrobat X.
At the end of this session participants will understand:
- How Acrobat repurposes paper and digital documents
- Techniques for improving efficiencies in distributed environments
- The process of integrating and delivering diverse dynamic content in both single PDF documents or by using the new PDF portfolio tools.
- Data workflows using Acrobat's versatile forms environment
- The key workflows for reducing time and material costs associated with common tasks
This event is sponsored by the Office of Information Technology.