The Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference 2005 offers a first opportunity for an in-depth view of Adobe Acrobat 7 -- including an understanding of the new Adobe LiveCycle tools for PDF (including Adobe LiveCycle Designer, the PDF- and XML-based forms design tool) and of how to unlock powerful tools within v. 7 of the free Adobe Reader. The conference, set for April 20-21 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida, is presented by AGI Training, and offers 30 sessions in three tracks -- Users, Management and Technical -- led by many of the top industry experts. In addition, the event features a one-day lead-in (separate registration and fee) with a selection of April 19 training sessions on key topics. Planet PDF is a co-sponsor of and active participant in the AGI conference.
"Planet PDF is pleased to affirm its status as a major media sponsor of the 2005 Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference, continuing its tradition of fruitful collaboration with premium PDF-relevant seminars," says Karl De Abrew, Planet PDF founder and CEO. "This event will offer many attendees their first look at the recently released Acrobat 7.0 family of products and solutions, dovetailing with Planet PDF's up-to-the-minute feature coverage to provide a complete picture of this exciting technology."
Pam Deziel, Adobe Systems' Director of Product Marketing for Acrobat is the event's featured speaker. An assortment of top Acrobat- and PDF-oriented vendors will be attending and participating in the conference's exhibit area. Other highlights and experts include:
April 19: Pre-conference Training Sessions (Separate fee)
"Acrobat 7 Clinic" -- Learning what Acrobat 7 can do for you (Ted Padova, author of the "Acrobat 7 PDF Bible" and numerous other related books & resources)
"Acrobat 7 Developer Tools Training" (Leonard Rosenthol, PDF Sages)
"Creating PDF Forms-Hands-on!" (Larry Happy, AGI Training)
"Introduction to PDF Form Creation with Adobe LiveCycle Designer"
"Review, Markup and Commenting with Acrobat 7"
"Adobe Reader Essentials for Acrobat Users"
"Integrating MS Office and PDFMaker"
"Editing, Extracting, Enhancing and Manipulating PDF Content"
"Preflight, Checking and Correcting PDFs"
"Enhancing PDF with multimedia"
"Reliable Print Production with Acrobat 7"
"Adobe LiveCycle and XML Forms"
"Acrobat 7 for Advanced Users"
"Color Management and PDF"
"PDF Standards: PDF/A, PDF/E, PDF/X"
"What's inside a PDF?"
"Print Workflow and Automation with JDF and PDF"
"Publishing engineering and architectural data as PDF"
"Bridging the Gap Between Digital and Paper with PDF"
"LiveCycle Server Products for PDF"
"PDF Security: Protecting Intellectual Property"
"Server-based Dynamic PDF Production"
"Submitting and Managing PDF Form Data"
"PDF Accessibility and Section 508"
"Real-world PDF solutions"
"PDF for Homeland Security"
"Using PDF to Create a Secure Engineering Workflow"
"Developing Educational Curriculum Adobe Acrobat"
"PDF Power Panel: Tips from Pros"
Keynote: Pam Deziel, Adobe Systems
Ted Padova, Author
Leonard Rosenthol, PDF Sages
Bob Connolly, BC Pictures
Lori Defurio, Adobe Systems
Dov Isaacs, Adobe Systems
Andy Skillen, Layton Graphics
Christopher Smith, American Graphics Institute CEO
Karl De Abrew, Planet PDF CEO
Pam Doyle, Fujitsu Computer Products of America
Tim Sullivan, activePDF
Thom Parker, WindJack Solutions
Duff Johnson, Document Solutions
Bill Healy, Kilbaha Multimedia Publishing
James J. Healy, FormRouter Inc.
Larry Happy, AGI Training
Jennifer Smith, AGI Training
Dennis Newman, PFS Corporation
Jeremy Osborn, Acrobat Instructor
Luis Mendes,AGI Publishing
Eric Rowse, Acrobat Instructor
Download the conference brochure [PDF: 840kb] for full details and updates on sessions, speakers and registration.
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.