IN THIS CHAPTER
Setting up your
Getting started on
A crobat.com is an Adobe service and not really part of any application. The service was first introduced along with the release of Acrobat 9, which has a variety of menu commands to access services found on
Acrobat.com. In addition, all the Creative Suite 5 applications have menu commands that enable you to get to
Acrobat.com for Web conferencing.
Any user of any application can make use of the
Acrobat.com services. You don't have to be a user of any particular Adobe software application to use
Acrobat.com . You can use these free services to share files, distribute forms, host and participate in Web conferences, and use the Adobe Buzzword service for an online word processor.
Because you don't have to be an Adobe software user to access
Acrobat.com, interacting with clients and refining concepts and ad campaigns is much easier for designers using Creative Suite applications.
In this chapter, we cover getting started using
Acrobat.com and in Chapters 27, 32, 33, and 34, we talk about specific services you might use with forms, file sharing, review sessions, and Web conferencing. Consider this chapter your gateway to the
Acrobat.com service center where you can explore the many options that this service affords.
Regardless of the type of activity you want to use on
Acrobat.com, you need to create an Adobe ID. Creating ...