Accessibility

Share projects on Acrobat.com

Overview

Make your Adobe Captivate projects available online by uploading and sharing them on Acrobat.com. Other co-workers, including those who are outside your corporate network can download and use these projects.

Note: By uploading your projects on Acrobat.com, you make only an ‘offline copy’ of the projects available to others. This means, others cannot work simultaneously in real-time on the projects.

This tutorial explains how you can share projects with your co-workers on Acrobat.com.

Procedure

  1. Select File > Collaborate.


    File menu showing the options for Collaboration

  2. Select either of the options:

    • Upload files
    • Upload and share files
  3. To upload files to Acrobat.com, perform the following steps:

    1. If you have signed up for Acrobat.com, specify the username and password in the Publish to Acrobat.com dialog box.

      If you are new to Acrobat.com or you lost your password, click the respective links to Acrobat.com web site. Follow the instructions to register or retrieve your password.

    2. After you submit the Acrobat.com credentials, click Sign In.

    3. Specify a publish title and check the file types for upload. If files with the same publish title reside on Acrobat.com, you are prompted to overwrite. If you do not want to overwrite, but want to upload files, provide a unique publish title.


      Upload files to Acrobat.com

    4. Click Upload.

  4. To share files on Acrobat.com, perform the following steps:

    1. Follow step 1 to step 3 in the section Upload Files to Acrobat.com.

    2. Click Next and then enter e-mail addresses of people you want to share the files with, e-mail subject, and message.


      Share files on Acrobat.com

    3. Set one of the following access levels:

      Limited access: Only my specific recipients can access and download the file:  The recipients must log in with their e-mail addresses to access the files. The e-mail addresses using which you shared the files and the e-mail addresses using which the recipients have signed up for Acrobat.com account must match.

      Open access: Anyone who knows the URL can access and download the file:  People who know the link can access and download the file without signing in to Acrobat.com.

 

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