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These documents may already exist online in your community, as Word or Excel files, and with very little additional effort you can publish them as Adobe Acrobat files on your Web site.
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The forms are available as Adobe Acrobat files preserving the original government formatting.
Acrobat files can't be scanned by search engines, but Acrobat can print an entire document without missing any pages.
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Of course, you could make the case that Acrobat files would increase the value of the network and provide a substantial return on investment to the organization.
Each day the Federal Register is posted to this site in searchable form, both as Adobe Acrobat files that duplicate the layout of the printed version and as text files.
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While iManage has always supported Adobe Acrobat files, iManage WorkSite now offers seamless integration, similar to its support of Microsoft Office applications, in the full Adobe Acrobat product.
askSam 5 can also import Adobe Acrobat files so you can utilize all of askSam's searching capabilities across any number of Acrobat documents.