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Re: Adobe 4.0 question Rosemary Ruff 06 Apr 2000 10:50 EST

Re: Adobe 4.0 question Rosemary Ruff 06 Apr 2000 10:50 EST

For those of you who want to complete forms and save them (with the data
which you have inserted) but have no need to create forms or pdf documents,
Adobe has a new piece of software called Business Tools.  It also has some
other very nice features like document markup, electronic signature, and
web page capture.  Also, unlike Reader, it will let you submit form data
and email documents via a submit button on the document.  It is less
expensive than the full Acrobat 4.x package.  I don't know the exact cost
of the educational package.

More information is available
at:  http://www.adobe.com/products/acrbustools/main.html .

Rosemary

At 11:23 AM 4/6/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Many of the foundations (AHA, ACS, CF) will be or already are requiring
>electronic submission. For the AHA deadline (6/15) you have three choices,
>1) complete the forms using Adobe Acrobat 4.0  OR  2) complete the forms
>using the free Abode reader software, however, you can only view and print
>with this option and NOT save the file (how convenient)! OR 3) print the
>forms through a PDF file and complete them using a typewriter. Ok, there's
>the background!
>
>Now for my question - Does your institution provide a site license for new
>software/upgrade such as Abode 4.0 ? How are other institutions handling
>this problem?
>
>Nancy Dean
>Research Administrator
>Office of Research & Sponsored Programs
>University of Connecticut Health Center
>860-679-4397 (Tel)
>860-679-2670 (Fax)
>
>
>
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