Adobe Community Professional

I was very honored when I found out a few days ago that Adobe invited me into their group of Adobe Community Professionals. This is a very small and exclusive club: For the year 2013 there are 258 Adobe users worldwide across all Adobe products that have been awarded this designation, and I am one of them.

This is what Adobe has to say about this program:

The Adobe Community Professionals Program is a community based program made up of Adobe customers who share their product expertise with the world-wide Adobe community. The Adobe Community Professionals’ mission is to provide high caliber peer-to-peer communication educating and improving the product skills of Adobe customers worldwide.

With this designation, Adobe is recognizing my work at and, the talks I’ve giving about Acrobat and it’s features, and the content of this web site. This of course means some pressure for me to create more great content 🙂

Here is the list of all current ACPs.

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4 Responses to Adobe Community Professional

  1. Susan says:

    Karl Heinz, congratulations on this achievement!

  2. Dimitri says:

    Congratulations Karl- well deserved!!!

  3. Levi Hosanee says:


    I am making a fillable and collapsible form. When I hide/show a particular section, I want the content to adjust with the section which is shown/hidden.

    How can I do this part?

    Also, I have put a bar code in my pdf form. I have used Acrobat Pro Dc. However, when opening on adobe reader, the barcode is greyed out.


  4. Karl Heinz Kremer says:


    this can only be down with LiveCycle Designer forms (XFA forms). Barcodes only work in Acrobat unless you can assign barcode rights to the PDF document using LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES – this cannot be done with just Adobe Acrobat Pro.

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