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Microsoft SharePoint integrated into Adobe Acrobat

by | Oct 18, 2010

SharePoint in Adobe Acrobat X makes it easier for employees to share and edit PDF documents.Adobe Systems recently announced its Acrobat X PDF-creating software will feature Microsoft SharePoint integration along with a handful of other enhancements.

Adobe Acrobat X, pronounced 10, also comes with an updated user interface, which the company says will allow for easier navigation, and a guided Actions feature that simplifies multi-step document preparation and publishing.

For e-portfolio creation, Acrobat X has added a new PDF Portfolio Wizard, which is designed to assist users in assembling materials using a guided interface and pre-defined templates.

“Today, more than ever, people need to communicate and collaborate reliable and professionally with people outside their organization,” said Adobe Vice President and General Manager of Acrobat Kevin Lynch. “Acrobat X is a response to this dynamic.”

In addition to Acrobat X, Adobe also unveiled Acrobat X Reader, which expands the software’s security and functionality. Acrobat X Reader will be more mobile than its predecessor. According to Adobe, versions of the new Reader will be available for Android, Windows Phone 7 and the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.