New Adobe Acrobat Technical Training available online from ASN
Adobe Solutions Network expands online courses for developers

19 June 2002

The Adobe Solutions Network (ASN) has launched several new Acrobat technical training courses, designed to help its developer partners learn more about specific applications of the product through self-paced, online instruction.

"The technical partner community is key to the growth of Acrobat and the adoption of Adobe PDF as a platform," says Adobe's Lori DeFurio, Developer Evangelist for ePaper Technologies. "By offering Acrobat training modules targeted at developers and system integrators, we hope to provide this important group a more complete understanding of the technology."

Comprehensive training is available on the following topics:

The courses are designed to:

  • Introduce Adobe partners to the Adobe Acrobat 5 functionality that makes developing and deploying an Acrobat-based solution compelling.

  • Give hands-on experience in using Acrobat 5 to develop solutions.

  • Offer direction to other resources to learn more about technologies used in Adobe Acrobat 5 solutions.


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