Adobe’s Acrobat X Hits the Digital Shelves

Nov 16, 2010


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Adobe Systems Incorporated announced the availability of Adobe Acrobat X solutions, including both Acrobat X and a new document exchange service at Acrobat.com. Using new guided Actions, Acrobat X software users can automate routine, multi-step tasks, and share them with coworkers and collaborators, reducing the burden of training. Also added are a series of new layouts, visual themes, and color palettes in PDF Portfolios.

Additionally, new Microsoft SharePoint integration allows PDF documents to be kept consistent across the enterprise, giving users the ability to check in and check out PDF files for reviewing and editing. Lastly, a streamlined workflow process lets large organizations deploy and manage updates and conform to ISO standards in both Adobe Reader X and Acrobat X.

Acrobat X Standard is immediately available in English, French, German, and Japanese language versions for $299 ($139 upgrade). Acrobat X Pro is immediately available for $449 ($199 upgrade). The free Adobe Reader X is expected to be available by the end of the month.

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