I work on the Adobe Connect documentation and self-help material. To improve findability of the complete doc set, I created a documentation landing page.
Millions of people using Adobe Connect across the world need self-help material in their first language. See the two popular guides in 11 other locales. Bookmark this post, in your language of preference**, for quick access.
*MIC = Migrating, Installing, and Configuring.
**Translated post = This blog post auto-translated in the corresponding locale. Note that irrespective of the blog language, the links point to the locale-specific documents.
Locale in URL
|Using guide||MIC* guide
(v9.0 & v9.1)
|English / en_US||Online help | PDF||English|
|French / fr_FR||Online help | PDF||French|
|German / de_DE||Online help | PDF||German|
|Japanese / ja_JP||Online help | PDF||Japanese|
|Italian / it_IT||Online help | PDF||Italian|
|Spanish / es_ES||Online help | PDF||Spanish|
|Dutch / nl_NL||Online help | PDF||Dutch|
|Portuguese / pt_BR||Online help | PDF||Portuguese|
|Chinese / zh_CN||Online help | PDF||Chinese|
|Korean / ko_KR||Online help | PDF||Korean|
|Russian / ru_RU||Online help | PDF||Russian|
|Turkish / tr_TR||Online help | PDF||Turkish|
Leave a note in comments to let me know how you liked the compilation, what works for you, and what would you like to see more about this.
And for the issues that are not addressed in the guide, feel free to initiate a discussion in Adobe Connect forums.
Edited April 4, 2014 to include Adobe Connect 9.2 links and Google Translate links.