If you have enough people who need to create PDFs by corporate
mandate, look into setting up Adove Acrobat Elements. It's a volume
license solution that starts at 100 seats. Your entire company could
be set up to use this.

On 5/21/06, Syed Zaeem Hosain <Syed.Hosain at aeris.net> wrote:
> Hi, all.
> Pardon the slightly unrelated to FrameMaker questions, but I am figure
> I am not too far off the mark here, since you all are likely to be very
> familiar with similar polices to what I describe here.
> We are standardizing on a new policy that documents/files sent "outside"
> the company must be in PDF form only. No Word or Excel (typically) or
> FrameMaker (of course! :) ) files. And, obviously, it does not include
> text e-mail!
> This means that we must install PDF creation software on all our user
> computers ... including laptops and ones that may not be connected to the
> Internet at all times.
> Acrobat Professional is too expensive a solution for this, plus it is
> overkill for most of our employees. We have some people who only create
> documents and files in Word or Excel for example.
> Hence, my questions:
> 1. What are you all using for PDF file creation?
> 2. Does it allow forms? I.e., for external folks to fill in fields and
> send back the form!
> 3. What would you recommend we do, if you were setting up a similar
> policy?
> Thanks!
> Z
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