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Extending investments in Microsoft applications with Adobe Acrobat DC
Employees are constantly seeking ways to be more productive by making the most of available resources, including the reuse of existing content. This presents IT with the opportunity to put easy-to-use tools and services directly into the hands of the workforce. Documents are the underpinning of office work, and PDF and Microsoft Office are the most commonly used formats in the everyday business workflow, along with Microsoft SharePoint. This paper illustrates how the combination of Acrobat DC and Office applications, as well as SharePoint and Microsoft Office 365, can simplify day-to-day tasks, paying dividends towards overall workforce productivity
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