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Posts Tagged Adobe
Problem: Photoshop CC gives the following error before crashing: “Photoshop has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has temporarily disabled enhancements which use graphics hardware.” Solution: This error is due to Photoshop CC not supporting your graphics card. In order to solve this problem you will need to prevent Photoshop from using the […]
Previously, anyone who needed to have Adobe Software installed had to contact OIT and have someone install it on their computer. With the new process outlined below, people can install Adobe software on their own, when they need it. Depending on the product chosen – please see http://sites.tufts.edu/tusmtss/2013/07/26/adobe-software/ – the installation time will vary. Please […]
Tufts Technology Services (TTS) and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) are pleased to announce plans to enter into a site license with Adobe Software effective September 1, 2013. This decision comes as a result of Adobe’s recent shift in licensing, moving away from perpetual licenses towards subscriptions for software license bundles. To relieve the […]
Tufts University has a contract with Kivuto to distribute software covered under Employee purchase programs via their web store at http://tufts.onthehub.com. Eligibility: Full-Time Faculty, Staff and Students Software is available from many vendors, including: Microsoft, Adobe, Parallels, National Instruments, Minitab, IBM, JMP, Systat, iGrafx, SigmaFlow, Quark, Trend Micro, Thomson Reuters, Inspiration, Columbia University, Student Backup, StatSoft, and […]
The “Adobe Acrobat for Faculty Grants” program provides Adobe Acrobat licenses free of charge to Tufts faculty submitting grant applications to funding organizations. More and more funding agencies have begun to require that grant applications be submitted as PDF (portable document format) files. Adobe Acrobat, a software package used to create PDF files, is the […]
Adobe Connect Pro is a tool that Tufts provides that allows for web videoconferencing. A web videoconference uses a combination of video and audio telephony technologies to allow two or more users (or locations) to connect, meet, and collaborate via the Internet. Conference attendees can interact with each other and share information the way they would […]
The UIT Training and Documentation Department has created several new tip sheets to aid Tufts faculty, students and staff in the use of remote collaboration tools. Tufts remote collaboration tools may be used both internally and with colleagues across the globe to enhance teaching and learning and to facilitate business opportunties. Currently, Tufts has three options from which to […]
Adobe Photoshop is a digital photo editing solution. Discounted pricing for Tufts owned computers is available through Tufts Marketplace.
The current version is Adobe Creative Suite 5.5. There are numerous versions of this Suite, each of which contains a core consisting of Photoshop, Illustrator and Adobe Acrobat. Other titles are bundled depending upon the Suite, including Dreamweaver and Illustrator. Popular versions of CS 5.5 are Web Premium and Design Premium.
The current version is Adobe Acrobat Professional X (10) One license of Adobe Acrobat Professional is available free of charge through the Faculty Grants program for faculty with active grants. This program also allows assistants to the faculty to obtain a license of Adobe Acrobat Professional. Visit the Adobe Acrobat for Faculty Grants Program […]
Adobe Connect is an enterprise web conferencing solution for online meetings, eLearning, and webinars. To log into Adobe Connect, please go to the Log In page. For additional information, please review the Adobe Connect Tip Sheet.