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Some of my posts on technology topics & news, digital & multimedia evidence, and our professional community. While I've been posting since the late '90's, posts here only go back to 2005 (i.e. not all-inclusive, especially from earlier years). Subscribe via the DME Resources Blog RSS Feed.

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Maybe you just use the reporting capabilities from your tool of choice to produce PDF forensic reports, and that's great if it's working for you. Acrobat Pro can do so much more than many realize, and I've used it for many years to create interactive reports & demonstratives.

Stumbled on another story this morning about the imminent demise of Adobe Flash & how Adobe just removed it from Acrobat Reader & Pro via critical security bug fixes. Given all the news lately about Flash's scheduled & long-planned demise, it made me wonder if folks would be interested in a Webinar or Meeting on using Acrobat Pro for reports & demonstratives.

To that end, I've posted a member poll in our Community Forums on the topic. Let me know your thoughts by voting on the topic the next time you log-in.

As always, thanks for your valuable time and participation my friends! Be safe out there. 😎

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