Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Isn't Just for PDF Anymore
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Adobe this week announced that its Acrobat software isn't just for PDF anymore. Adobe Acrobat 4.0 now features easy HTML to PDF conversion, making it easier to aggregate and re-use Web pages.
Acrobat 4.0 allows users to share, collaborate and deliver documents exactly as they were intended in an office computing environment. The software provides users with a rich set of annotation and security tools and the ability to re-use information within PDF files, along with high-end professional publishing features.
Acrobat has been enhanced to make it easier to create PDF files, use Web content, re-use content within a PDF file, annotate and secure documents, and create press-ready files for print production. Key features and benefits in this release include:
- Convert Files into Adobe PDF Easily - convert files into PDF by dragging and dropping a file onto the Acrobat icon; Adobe PDFMaker enables users to convert Word, Excel or Microsoft PowerPoint files into PDF.
- Capture and Download Fully Formatted Web Pages - download, annotate, scale, reliably print, and distribute fully formatted Web pages.
- Re-use Information Within PDF Files - supports high-end professional publishing features and hierarchical metadata structure.
- Review and Annotate Documents - add stamps, text blocks and audio clips; summarize and review annotations by navigating and filtering a document based on its annotations.
- Digitally Sign Documents - supports digital signatures, enabling users to authenticate and safeguard information.
- Optimize PDF Files for Print Production Workflows - deliver press ready files for print-production.