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Topic: Is Acrobat 6.0 for us??
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 115940
From: a1tiguy
Date: 7/23/2004 12:10 AM

I'm a new project manager in a medium size contracting firm, where I was a superintendent for a number of years. Everything generated in the office for the job is being printed and kept in a "job binder". This includes the usual storm of Word doc.s, e-mails, drawings and details, some photos, etc. I'm suggesting to the owner that we start to move towards a "paperless office", at least with regard to the aforementioned job books. It seems that Acrobat 6.0 Standard is exactly what the doctor ordered and am getting ready to buy. Can anyone forsee the need for Professional?? Acrobat is the ticket, isn't it?? thanks for any help...Terry


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