Re: new NIH forms Susan B. Burke 12 Jul 2001 12:56 EST

I guess my next question should probably be directed to Rosemary Ruff....What kind
of learning curve is needed to become expert in the care and feeding of Acrobats?

I have, on and off, tried to familiarize myself with the program so that I could
develop on-line, fillable-in forms, etc., but have found the Adobe documentation to
be less-than-useful.  It seems to me that research administrators, once again, will
have to take the lead in training themselves AND faculty in yet another software
product (although probably many of you know the ins-and-outs of it already).  Does
anyone have any training ideas?

As always, thanks.
Susan B. Burke
Sponsored Research Information Specialist
Office of Research Services
The George Washington University
2121 I Street NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20052
Telephone: 202/994-9136
Facsimile:  202/994-9137

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