What do you think of when you hear about Adobe Acrobat? PDF files, right? PDF (portable document format) has been used for more than a decade to share files freely between computers regardless if you’re using a Mac, Linux, or Windows machine as long as you have the Reader installed. But Adobe Acrobat has much more to offer than simply creating and displaying PDF files.
View this webinar and learn how other nonprofits and libraries are using this tool to save time and money. Kami Griffiths interviews Kurt Ohlfs fromPacific Autism to learn how they use the form feature to streamline a process for collecting and distributing information.
This webinar is an overview of Adobe Acrobat, with real examples of how it is being used in the sector. Read more about Acrobat at this blog post.
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