Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions
Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions Server (ARES) is not a PDF creation tool. Rather, the product is used to add more functionality when working with PDFs in Adobe Reader. Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions is not the kind of product you as an end
The Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions allows large enterprises and other such entities to create and share dynamic PDF documents among
One of the first users of LiveCycle Reader Extensions Server was the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As of October 25, 2004, all IRS tax forms were enabled with Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions so that any user of Adobe Reader can fill in a tax form and save the
If you work in an environment where PDFs need to be extended in your organization or with your clients, you may want to explore more information on Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions. Log on to Adobe's Web site at www.adobe.com/products/server/readerextensions to see how this product can save you money. To work with a file enabled with Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions, see Chapter 17, "Using Digital Signatures and Security."
Appendix B. Upgrading to Acrobat
With all the impressive features in Adobe Reader, there are still limitations when you want to create and edit PDF documents. If Adobe Reader doesn't give you the tools to
You can purchase Adobe Acrobat Standard or Adobe Acrobat Professional directly from Adobe Systems or from a software reseller. The Adobe Acrobat Standard product offers fewer features than Adobe Acrobat Professional. Before you purchase Acrobat, you'll want to know the differences between the two
Upgrading to the Right Version
To be certain you have the most recent information about the current product releases, you should visit Adobe's Web site. Adobe Reader provides a direct link to the Web page that provides Acrobat information. Select Help > Purchase Adobe Acrobat. Your default Web browser opens and takes you to the Adobe Acrobat Family Web page ( Figure B.1 ).
Figure B.1. Select Help > Purchase Adobe Acrobat to