Author Archive | RJ Jacquez

Adobe Debuts Mobile for Android

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Nov. 6, 2009 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today introduced the Mobile for Android™ software, extending Adobe® industry-leading digital imaging technology to users of the Google Mobile™ operating system. The release comes less than a month after the launch of Mobile for iPhone, which quickly established itself as one […]

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Interview with TweetDeck Founder

Adobe Platform Evangelist Andrew Shorten talks to Iain Dodsworth, founder of TweetDeck, about his experiences of developing this high-profile AIR application and how using Adobe technology contributed to TweetDeck’s success. Great interview! For the same reasons Iain and his team chose Adobe AIR as the platform for developing and deploying TweetDeck to their millions of […]

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A running list of Twitter Best Practices

In preparation for my upcoming eSeminar entitled Twitter 101 for Technical Communicators I’m starting a running list of Twitter Best Practices that have worked for me and that I hope will work for you, too. I will continue adding to this list, so please consider following me on Twitter @rjacquez for new updates to this […]

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eSeminar: Twitter 101 for Technical Communicators

I just read and tweeted How Dell took social media mainstream and there was one thing in particular which stood out to me, namely “On Twitter, word spreads like wildfire, and companies no longer have the option of ignoring the conversation.”   tweetmeme_url = ‘’; tweetmeme_source = ‘rjacquez’; Think about it, at this very moment […]

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Sharing Large Files on Twitter via

If you are on Twitter, you know how easy it is to share photos with your followers, as well as URLs; and in fact many Twitter desktop clients, such as TweetDeck, make it as easy as drag-and-drop because they include built-in support for services like TwitPic and   tweetmeme_url = ‘’; tweetmeme_source = ‘rjacquez’; […]

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Test-Drive Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2 in minutes, no trial download required

With 6 major Adobe software applications in Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2, plus 10  other smaller programs, evaluating the entire Suite has been a challenge for our customers because of the total file size of the software.  Today our customers have to either order a shipped trial DVD, or wait for several Gigabytes to download […]

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Personalized Adobe Captivate 4 Software Simulations: An Advanced How-To Tutorial

  tweetmeme_url = ‘’; tweetmeme_source = ‘rjacquez’; In case you don’t yet follow me on Twitter @rjacquez, you may have missed many of the short how-to video tutorials I record and publish daily on practical ways to get the most out of the Adobe products you use, for example Adobe Captivate 4 and other products […]

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Using Adobe RoboHelp 8 for Knowledge base and Policies and Procedures Solutions: Live eSeminar

Description: While Adobe RoboHelp is mostly used for creating context-sensitive Online Help systems for web and desktop applications, because of its ease-of-use and new dynamic linking support for Microsoft Word documents, RoboHelp is also very much ideal for non-technical users, who need to author and publish knowledge base systems, as well as Policies and Procedures […]

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