Adobe Presents Acrobat XI
Article by George Norman
On 02 Oct 2012
Adobe, California-based company that comes up with multimedia and creativity software products, has recently presented next generation Acrobat XI to the world.

At the start of the month, on the 1st of October, Adobe unveiled Acrobat XI and explained that the industry standard for PDF software is scheduled to ship within 30 days. The application, which features cloud services and touch-friendly capabilities amongst its new features, will be available for purchase through Adobe Authorized Resellers, the Adobe Store, Adobe Direct Sales and Adobe Creative Cloud.

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Adobe Acrobat XI – What to Expect
  • New Cloud Services – the newly integrated cloud services include sophisticated Web contracting with Adobe EchoSign and forms creation, data collection and analysis with Adobe FormsCentral.
  • Complete PDF editing – with Acrobat XI you can use the new, intuitive Edit Text and Images tool to edit PDF files, modify paragraphs, images, and objects.
  • Seamless Microsoft Office and SharePoint Integration – save PDF files as PowerPoint, Word, or Excel files; reuse parts of a PDF file or an entire PDF file as MS Office documents; improved protection of PDF files created from PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
  • Touch-friendly capabilities – these new capabilities have been introduced so you can use Acrobat XI on tablets and smartphones.
  • Integrated Adobe EchoSign electronic signature service.

Acrobat XI includes the following: Acrobat XI Pro, Acrobat XI Standard, Adobe Reader XI, Adobe FormsCentral and Adobe EchoSign. Acrobat XI Standard is expected to cost $299 (just $139 for an upgrade) while Acrobat XI Pro si expected to cost $499 ($199 for an upgrade).

“More and more information is being generated, shared and consumed in documents than ever before. Working with online forms, collaborative PDF reviews and signatures are the everyday norm for business professionals who were once simply content creators. IT departments need to support these changes while maintaining and maximizing the use of existing infrastructures and systems, as well as provide support and services that enable their organizations to take advantage of new business opportunities, improve results, justify return on investment, and lower the total cost of ownership,” said Kevin M. Lynch, SVP and GM of Acrobat and Document Services, Adobe.




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