Reviewing PDF Documents in Acrobat

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Peachpit Press, 2005 - Computers - 110 pages
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Adobe Acrobat is nearly ubiquitous in today's office. The IRS uses Acrobat to make tax forms available for download as PDFs, and colleagues use it to share, edit, and review documents and create electronic signatures. It's not a difficult tool to use, but Acrobat's powers are largely untapped by most users. This slim, concise, four-color book is built around a simple, practical project that you can complete using your own content. Each short lesson builds a component of a basic Acrobat project. Along the way, readers will learn how to use Acrobat's editing and reviewing tools, add digital signatures to electronic documents, assemble a PDF slideshow, create a zippy presentation, and more. This bright, accessible guide is a perfect guide for anyone starting out with Acrobat.

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explore acrobat
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setting up a review
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open review document
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Donna L Baker is a graphic designer and the author of approximately 20 software titles. She has taught a number of Web design and programming courses at the college level.

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