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Interactive PDFs while okay for forms and very simple documents are not a good choice for highly interactive content. With so many superior choices, it may be time to stop using it.
There are all new Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications rolling out now and they should be available to all subscribers within 24 hours. Before installing anything, however, please take a moment or two to read this post. It might help you avoid some frustration. New install routine uninstalls prior versions When Adobe released the new versions …
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The 2014 release of Adobe’s Creative Cloud applications is coming. Here’s what you need to know about.
Hiding a slideshow in a digital publishing suite folio may look difficult but it’s actually quite simple. Bob Levine shows you how, in this post.
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It’s been more than six months since Adobe announced that it was going to a subscription-only business model for its Creative Suite applications while rebranding them under the Creative Cloud name. Today, there’s still a very vocal group of people blasting Adobe for that decision. I’ve had a few debates (okay, more than a few) …