Using Adobe Acrobat X you can leave comments in your PDF files. The feature is great for proofreading documents as it comes with several advanced annotation tools, which you will learn about in this video.
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In this weeks episode of the Creatively Using the Creative Suite, you are shown how to use the new Action Wizard in Acrobat X to streamline your document workflow.
It’s been a while but Adobe has just announced a new version of Acrobat, now Acrobat X Pro (X is indeed pronounced “ten”). If you have bought any of the suites in the past couple of years, you will have gotten Acrobat 9 together with it and so as well this spring when CS5 started shipping. Today though, following the tradition of odd releases for Acrobat, we have a new version.
Obviously the new version brings with it a bunch of new features, including (from the official press release):
- Automate routine, multi-step tasks with new guided Actions and easily share them with coworkers and collaborators, reducing the burden of training.
- New layouts, visual themes and color palettes for the PDF Portfolios.
- Microsoft® SharePoint integration. Check-in, check-out PDF files for reviewing and editing shared documents.
- Display the most commonly used tools all in one pane with the updated user interface.
Together with the Pro version, a new version of Adobe Reader X is also announced with the most notable addition that commenting is now available for Reader users which is wonderful news!
You can pre-order your Acrobat X Pro license today for $499 or get the Acrobat X Suite for $799 which includes Photoshop as well. If you want to upgrade, you can pre-order that for $199. At the time of this writing, there is no word out on upgrading it as part of the Creative Suite but that will come to light as we near the shipping date, when you will be able to get your hands on a free 30-day trial as well.