Auto Forms

February 2003
Management Services;Feb2003, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p28
Academic Journal
Adobe's Document Server and Document Server for Reader Extensions products are designed to fully automate document and forms processes. They enable companies to integrate enterprise applications with document workflows, improving document generation, collaboration and process management. The server lets customers dynamically assemble customized PDF files from a variety of data sources to create documents such as technical manuals, contracts, business reports and invoices. The Reader Extensions product can assign usage rights to PDF documents and forms.


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