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TCS4: PDF Review from RoboHelp
See how Tech Comm Suite allows RoboHelp to work seamlessly with Acrobat XI Pro to swiftly create PDF files for review in a variety of ways. You may choose RoboHelp content for review based on the TOC, content status (e.g. "ready for review"), or from a range of dates when content was changed. Once reviewers have made their comments via Free Acrobat Reader or in collaborative review via Sharepoint or Acrobat.com, all comments and annotations may be imported "in place" into the RoboHelp source files. Simple icons in the reviewer's pane make it a snap to accept or reject suggested changes.
Creating a PDF from a MS Office application (Windows)
Show: Learn Acrobat XI
When you install Acrobat XI on a Windows computer running Microsoft Office, you get some extra features that make creating PDF files a snap. Watch this video to learn more about these features.
CS6 Design Tour Evangelist demo
Adobe evangelist, Rufus Deuchler, shows how to create at lightning speed thanks to a range of new features and significantly improved performance in the CS6 versions of Photoshop Extended, Illustrator and InDesign. Adobe® Muse™ software enables designers to create websites without writing code. Planning, designing, and publishing original HTML pages is as easy as creating layouts for print. With master pages, built-in tools for interactivity, and access to over 400 web fonts served by the Adobe Typekit® service, it’s a snap to produce distinctive, professional websites.
Working with vector-based shape layers
Show: Visual Design CS6
Vector-based shape layers now behave very much like vector shapes in Illustrator, InDesign, and other Adobe applications. Learn how to apply fills, including None, as well as solid, gradient, and dashed strokes. Plus, you have stacking and alignment controls, as well as the option to snap the edges to the pixel grid. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Dr. Brown's Costumed Portraits with Photoshop Touch
Dr. (Russell) Brown demonstrates how to use his collection of costume images to accessorize a portrait photo. Learn how to add new layers and adjust the lighting for a realistic costumed portrait.