New Adobe Online Service: Acrobat.com Presentations
Article by George Norman
On 29 May 2009
Following the announcement that Adobe will mimic Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday program, we have more good news to report about the California-based company that specializes in creating multimedia and creativity software products. Adobe has announced Acrobat.com Presentations Beta, a means of enhancing the manner in which people work together online. Acrobat.com Presentations, which you can try out for free if you sign up with Adobe Labs, is nothing more than a rich and engaging app built on the Adobe Flash platform.

Director of Marketing and Product Management with Adobe’s Business Productivity Business Unit, Erik Larson, comments: “By adding Acrobat.com Presentations to our existing set of hosted services, our customers will be able to extend the experience of creating and collaborating on documents into the visual world of presentations. Buzzword has helped people – from office workers and creative professionals to educators and students – express and share their ideas, and we are excited to see what our customers will do as they work together using Acrobat.com Presentations.”

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Here is the functionality you can expect to get from Acrobat.com Presentations Beta:
- Create professional presentations with no need to download and install software on your machine. Everything is done online with built-in tools and layouts.
- Seamlessly collaborate with others online. A particular presentation can be created online and revised online by you and your collaborator, with no need to constantly send revised versions back and forth via email.
- Simultaneous editing: a presentation can be accessed while one of your collaborators is changing it.
- You can access your presentation no matter where in the world you are; all that’s needed is an internet connected device.
- Export presentations as PDF if you need to work on them when you have no internet connection.

If you would like to get started with Acrobat.com Presentations, you can sign up here.
If you would like to get additional info on Acrobat.com Presentations, you can visit Adobe Labs here.



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