Adobe® Acrobat® 8 and later provides knowledge workers with innovative tools for communicating and collaborating with confidence across the boundaries of operating systems, applications, and firewalls. With Acrobat, Adobe is enabling knowledge workers to use next generation electronic documents to easily collaborate with people, ideas and information, regardless of all-too-common operating system or platform constraints. Professionals in a wide variety of areas, such as architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), finance, IT, legal, marketing, manufacturing, and publishing can use the Acrobat product line to communicate and collaborate within the context of their work.
The Acrobat product line introduces several major innovations in the areas of document collaboration. For example, shared reviews put collaboration within the reach of virtually anyone with access to a shared network folder and Adobe Reader. A participant in a shared review can see comments posted by others, track the status of the review, and work even when not connected - reducing duplicated work and enabling large groups to collaborate more efficiently.
Acrobat 8
You can choose from several types of comment repositories that Adobe Acrobat offers for online collaboration. This document contains information that will help you decide which comment repository to use, and explains how to set up, configure, and administer that repository type. This document is for system administrators and support personnel who are configuring and supporting an Acrobat online collaboration system. It also provides useful information for application developers and solution providers who use Acrobat as the basis for a custom collaboration system.
(Nov 2006)
Acrobat 7.x
This document helps you decide which comment repository type is best for your needs, and explains how to set up, configure, and administer that repository type. It also describes how to locate services automatically using DNS Service Discovery.
(July 2005)