New Adobe Reader caters to CAD
November 29, 2004
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Adobe Systems, the makers of the Acrobat software widely used for transmitting documents in PDF format have launche...
Adobe Systems, the makers of the Acrobat software widely used for transmitting documents in PDF format have launched a new reader for managing and assembling a much wider range of documents. The software can now accommodate documents from multiple sources, including computer aided design (CAD) drawings. <br>
According to a press release, the Acrobat 7.0 Reader, “can now include virtually anyone in an electronic review of a PDF document by enabling access to commenting tools in free Adobe Reader R 7.0 software. Adobe Reader users can quickly provide feedback on a PDF file that consists of several content types, from scanned paper, to spreadsheets, presentations, and now 3D computer-aided design content.” <br>