Explores the e-signature, continuity, and document administration and control features of Adobe Document Cloud, a new service for managing PDFs across multiple platforms.
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow, and welcome to Adobe Document Cloud First Look. Along with the release of the new Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC, Adobe has launched a brand-new service called Document Cloud, aimed at letting you access your PDF documents from any computer, tablet, or mobile phone so you can easily edit, sign, and share them from anywhere. So in this quick course, I'll explain how Document Cloud integrates with Adobe Acrobat DC. We'll see how to use the web-based interface to access the files you have stored on Document Cloud. We'll look at how to enable the new mobile link feature so you can always find the documents you most recently worked on, and we'll see how to easily complete forms, both with the desktop app and with the brand-new Fill & Sign app on iPad, which allows you to take photos of paper forms and convert them to PDFs to fill out and sign digitally.
So let's get started with Adobe Document Cloud First Look.
Learn more about Document Cloud family of products in < a href="http://www.lynda.com/Reader-tutorials/Up-Running-Acrobat-Reader-DC/191091-2.html">Up and Running with Acrobat Reader DC and the upcoming Acrobat DC Essential Training.