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Adobe Acrobat and PDF Seminar Series to Visit 15 U.S. Cities

Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

BOSTON--Aug. 2, 2004-- The Adobe Acrobat & PDF seminar series is visiting 15 U.S. cities starting mid-September. The seminars are presented by Adobe partner AGI and are delivered by Adobe Certified Instructors who also co-authored and edited the Adobe Press book Real World Adobe Acrobat 6. This one-day seminar shows users how to efficiently use Adobe Acrobat 6.0 and Adobe PDF files to share, store, secure, review and manage documents. Attendees will also discover a variety of methods for creating Adobe PDF files as well as techniques for editing and extracting text and graphics from Adobe PDF documents. Adobe Acrobat's powerful review and commenting tools are covered in detail. A special full day Adobe PDF forms session is also offered in select cities. The forms session explores how to create interactive PDF forms for collecting and capturing data while maintaining the look and feel of original paper documents. All attendees receive a copy of the Adobe Press book Real World Adobe Acrobat 6.0. The seminar is sponsored by Adobe Systems, Fujitsu, PC Connection, Appligent, FormRouter and AGI Training. Registration and additional information is available by calling 800-851-9237 or on-line at http://www.pdfseminars.com. Adobe Acrobat & PDF Seminar Locations and Dates Boston: Sept. 13th-14th New York, NY: Sept. 23rd Philadelphia, PA: Sept. 24th Atlanta, GA: Sept. 27th Tampa, FL: Sept. 29th Orlando, FL: Oct. 1st Cleveland, OH: Oct. 6th Columbus, OH: Oct. 8th Chicago, IL: Oct. 11th-12th Minneapolis, MN: Oct. 14th-15th Kansas City, KS: Oct. 21 Portland, OR: Oct. 26 Los Angeles: Oct. 28 Baltimore, MD: Nov. 4th-5th Washington DC: Nov. 9th

 

 

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