Adobe Acrobat XBook - 2011
A thorough guide to Adobe® Acrobat® X Standard, Pro and Premium explains such new features as Flash/video integration, professional PDF portfolios, improved forms and data collection and Acrobat.com online hosted services, as well as such security features as encryption and digital signatures. Original.
Many people make use of the free Abode Reader which enables the viewing of documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF). Sahlin, an Acrobat instructor, offers a guide to the many other features available with Adobe Acrobat X Pro. His highly practical handbook guides users from the basic navigation of a PDF document to adding multimedia functions. An update of the 2009 volume on the use of Adobe Acrobat 9, this book covers new capabilities such as improved scanning and making use of Actions Wizard and the Quick Tools bar. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Unlock the full potential of Adobe Acrobat X!
Now it's easier than ever to create interactive electronic documents that retain the look and feel of the originals. How to Do Everything: 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.
- Convert virtually any document to PDF
- Use Quick Tools and set Acrobat preferences
- Create PDF documents in authoring applications, including Microsoft Office 2010
- Capture PDF documents from a scanner or Web page
- Create navigation devices, including bookmarks, thumbnails, and links
- Review, edit, and annotate PDF documents
- Add digital signatures and document security
- Optimize PDF documents for print, CD/DVD applications, the Web, and other uses
- Use Acrobat online
- Create interactive PDF forms
- Add multimedia elements
A guide to Adobe Acrobat X explains such new features as Flash/video integration, professional PDF portfolios, improved forms and data collection, and Acrobat.com online hosted services, as well as such security features as encryption and digital signatures.