• RE: Fund Statement Header in Business Central

    Thank you for this suggestion, Lisa! We have added this to our internal Product Suggestion database for our DEV and Product teams to review.&nbsp; <grammarly-desktop-integration data-grammarly-shadow-root="true"></grammarly-desktop-integration>
  • RE: Instructions: How to Configure Adobe Acrobat for SharePoint

    Looking for ways to integrate Adobe with akoyaGO? If you have a subscription to Adobe, you can follow the steps laid out in the forum to integrate your subscription with SharePoint. This would enable you to use your Adobe functions directly in SharePoint, rather than having to download the file from SharePoint and opening it separately in Adobe in order to use those "special adobe" functions. If you have an "Adobe Standard" subscription, you'd be able to do the following in SharePoint, and any edits you make after saving the document would reflect on "Documents" tab of the connected record, without you having to download and resave to the SharePoint folder: Edit text and images, reorder, and delete pages in a PDF ; Convert PDFs and export to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Easily create, fill, sign, and send forms ; Sign documents, request signatures, and track responses in real time; Add security and password protected files ; If you have the Adobe Acrobat Pro subscription, you'd be able to do everything above plus much more, right within SharePoint.