New features in the upcoming release enable forms data tracking via Acrobat.com and video commenting.
Sources familiar with the upcoming Acrobat 9-likely to be released early
this summer-say one new wrinkle involves a forms data-tracking service via an
updated Acrobat.com Web site to be unveiled along with the release of the
The service resolves, Adobe-style, the age-old question of, "Once you
make a PDF form in Acrobat, what do you do next?" Users who create
effective e-forms for the first time quickly become overwhelmed when they
realize that they have to do something with the data coming in to them via
If that holds through to release, some
third-party solutions on the market now will still be able to compete on the
basis of being more inclusive: They can take input data collected via PDF,
HTML, Microsoft InfoPath, and other types of forms.
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