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Working together with Office and SharePoint in Acrobat X

Learn how you can work seamlessly with PDF files in Microsoft Office and SharePoint in Acrobat X.

By March 16, 2011

 

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In this onDemand seminar, learn how you can work seamlessly with PDF files in Microsoft Office and SharePoint in Acrobat X. Access SharePoint from any Acrobat Open or Save dialog box. Open PDF files from SharePoint for viewing. Check them out for editing, and then check them back in (Windows only). Convert PDF to Word files with improved preservation of formatting and layouts. Relative positioning of tables, images, and even multi-column text is preserved, as well as page, paragraph, and font attributes. Learn how to:


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Acrobat X

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Create PDFs, Edit PDFs, Export PDFs

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