Mary Hammel, Catalyst Technology and Media Services, will present Using Adobe Acrobat DC on the iPad with an Acrobat Pro license, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, via Zoom. The Acrobat DC iPad app is a great solution for working with your documents on the go.
Combined with an Acrobat Pro license (available inexpensively through K-State), you can create, edit, comment, share, sign, and export (to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and RTF) documents. You can convert images to PDF. The Pro license comes with at least 2GB of storage access in Adobe’s Document Cloud – that’s the DC part – along with Mobile Link, access to any recently viewed PDFs across desktop, web and mobile apps.
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Shelley Troyer, iTAC, will present the first Tech Tips Live! 15-minute session on Getting the Most Out of Your Zoom Meetings, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
The session is designed to discuss features that you might not be familiar with such as:
- Co-hosting a meeting
- Placing an attendee on hold
- Locking a meeting
- Spotlighting vs. pinning a video
- Muting all attendees vs. muting attendees on entry
- Using breakout rooms
- Hosting webinars
Go to ksu.zoom.us/j/738417925 and be sure to join the session a few minutes early so you don’t miss any of this 15-minute talk. Questions about the topic or how to connect to Zoom? Contact Shelley Troyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).