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How To Do Everything. : Adobe Acrobat X (2011)

Call Number 005.726/SAHLIN,D

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Adult Nonfiction005.726/SAHLIN,DAvailable
Published: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2011
Description:  363 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780071752930 (pbk.), 0071752935 (pbk.), 0071752935 :,
Language:  English

"Unlock the full potential of Adobe Acrobat X!How to Do Everything: Adobe Acrobat X helps you master all the powerful features available in Adobe Acrobat X Standard, Pro, and Premium. The book explains how to create, secure, and distribute PDF files; build interactive forms, capture and embed Web content, insert Flash video and rich applications into documents, and much more. This step-by-step guide covers all of the important new features, including Flash/video integration, professional PDF portfolios, improved forms and data collection, and working with Acrobat.com online hosted services. You'll learn how to create PDF documents that retain the look and feel of the originals; create forms and media-enhanced PDF documents; collaborate with colleagues in workgroups; and optimize PDFs for print or the Web. You'll also find out how to use Professional Templates to define the order and navigation of documents; create dynamic XML forms and templates; and create on-demand presentations. How to Do Everything: Adobe Acrobat X Provides in-depth guidance on creating forms with Acrobat Explains how to create interactive documents, embed audio and video, and capture Web content Teaches collaborative workflow procedures for reviewing, editing, and annotating PDFs Covers security measures, such as encryption and digital signatures Shows how to take advantage of hosted services available through Acrobat.com Provides useful tips and time-saving shortcuts Easy-to-follow, complete coverage: Get to Know Acrobat X; Utilize the Acrobat Workspace; Read PDF Documents; Create PDF Documents; Create PDF Documents in Other Applications; Capture PDF Documents; Create PDF Navigation; Create Interactive PDF Navigation; Edit Your PDF Documents; Review PDF Documents; Secure and Sign PDF Documents; Optimize PDF Documents; PDF Online; Create Interactive PDF Forms; Create Forms with Adobe LiveCycle Designer; Optimize PDF Document for Print; Add Multimedia Files to PDF Documents; Create a Searchable PDF"--

"How to Do EverythingTM: Adobe╩╝ Acrobat╩╝ X shows you how to create, secure, optimize, and distribute PDFs. Get tips for adding multimedia features, collaborating with other users, streamlining document reviews, and collecting different file types in a PDF Portfolio. Based on Acrobat X Pro, which includes all the features of Acrobat X Standard and more, this hands-on guide helps you maximize the capabilities of this powerful software in no time"--

Machine generated contents note: Part I: Welcome to Adobe Acrobat X -- Chapter 1 Get to Know Acrobat Acrobat X -- Chapter 2 Navigate the Acrobat Workspace -- Part II: Create PDF Documents -- Chapter 3 Create a PDF Document -- Chapter 4 Create PDF Documents in Other Applications -- Chapter 5 Capture PDF Documents -- Chapter 6 Create Navigation for PDF Documents -- Chapter 7 Create Interactive PDF Navigation -- Part III: Edit, Optimize, and Index PDF Documents -- Chapter 8 The Basics of Editing PDF Documents -- Chapter 9 Review PDF Documents -- Chapter 10 Add Digital Signatures and Document Security -- Chapter 11 Optimize PDF Documents -- Chapter 12 Acrobat Online -- Chapter 13 Create Forms -- Chapter 14 Batch Process and Optimize PDF Documents for Print -- Chapter 15 Add Multimedia Files to PDF Documents Related Searches:
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File conversion (Computer science)
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