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Enfocus Software announces free seminar series

May 26, 2005

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Enfocus Software has announced the free Enhancing Your PDF Workflow seminar series, which it will be hosting around the US from June 15. The prominent print workflow solutions provider has enlisted industry experts James Lockman and Tim Plumer of Working Words & Graphics to present the full-day seminars, which will focus on real-world problems and solutions associated with PDF workflows.

Enhancing Your PDF Workflow is pitched at design professionals, commercial printers, quick printers and publishers who want to improve their PDF workflows. The topics covered will include the building of effective Do-It-Yourself PDF workflows -- and streamlining existing ones -- along with tips on identifying problem PDF files, effective collaboration and techniques for using Acrobat 7 and Enfocus PitStop Professional.

Dates and locations include:

  • Chicago, IL - June 15
  • Minneapolis, MN - June 16
  • Kansas City, MO - June 20
  • Cincinnati, OH - June 22
  • Philadelphia, PA - June 24
  • Denver, CO - June 27
  • Austin, TX - June 29

To register your interest, visit the Enfocus web site.

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