We've randomly selected and notified the winners in our recent collaborative promotion with Adobe Systems to give away copies of the company's recently announced Acrobat 7.0 (Professional) software. The lucky recipients, and their responses to our qualifying question about why they wanted to win the new version of Acrobat, are:
Lindsay Miller, Australia
"With a struggling husband-and-wife business it is all but impossible to be able to afford the best and/or newest software available. That unfortunately means we are forced to use cheaper quality products at times. Having the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Professional 7.0 will enable us to produce more stable, accurate and end-user-friendly PDFs for our subcontractors and, ultimately, our clients."
Monsie Huizar, USA
"Because I can't live without it. Every day I'm reading or creating a PDF file."
Mark Czajka, USA
"I want Adobe Acrobat 7.0 because I can now pass the savings of commenting and reviewing PDFs in Adobe Reader 7.0 down to my customers. What a monumental addition to the new product!"
Gavin Colvin, New Zealand
"I am a graphic designer and what that I've read excites me. Most of my clients are given design proofs via email and in PDF. The fact that Reader 7 users will be able to comment and review on those proofs will be great. Not everyone has full Acrobat and design/client workflow will work better."
Tom Samuel, USA
"As a teacher, I use Acrobat 5 to create interactive computer-based-training modules for my students. I would like to be able to incorporate more dynamic content, such as Flash movies, into these tools."
This contest is now closed. Many thanks to Adobe Systems for providing software incentives for this global Planet PDF community promotion! Of course, you can purchase full versions of the software, as well as upgrades from previous versions. And Adobe Reader 7.0 is now available as a free download from our PDF Store, as well as from Adobe.com.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.