Using Acrobat.com


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Using Acrobat.com

I wanted to sneak in a little video tutorial on using acrobat.com, I suppose because it has the same name as the product that this video is all about. There aren't that many ties though between Acrobat and acrobat.com. Still, it's a free service, and there are some ties--especially between Reader and acrobat.com--that you should be aware of, especially when you go to Preferences. It's going to ask, what is your online name? And it means this one. What is your Adobe ID? And it's asking for this e-mail address and password.

So I suggest that you go to acrobat.com and click Sign Up. All you need is an e-mail address and password, as it says. You don't even need to confirm your e-mail right away to start using the service; they give you three days to confirm. But I've already set up an account, and I'm going to go ahead to sign in. I am going to give you a quick tour. It's actually a pretty interesting program. When you log in, it brings you immediately to your...

Using Acrobat.com
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Using Acrobat.com provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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Business
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Acrobat
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