Adobe Acrobat 3 for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1997 - Computers - 312 pages
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This book will appeal to graphic designers as well as Web developers who are new to Acrobat as an Internet tool. It's the perfect book for the publishing crowd that is grounded in existing skills in page layout and design and is interested in extending these practices to Web page development.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Distributing PDFs on the Internet
3
Getting to Knout Acrobat
7
Viewing and Navigating PDFs on Your Computer
27
Viewing and Navigating PDFs on the Web
49
Enhancing PDFs in Exchange
75
Making Your PDFs Interactive
85
Editing Your PDFs
103
How Acrobat Uses Digital Movies
193
Indexing with Acrobat Catalog
205
Searching Indexed Acrobat Catalogs
223
Distributing PDFs on the Internet
241
Publishing Your PDFs on the World Wide Web
243
Optimizing Your PDFs for the World Wide Web
255
Setting Up a PDF Application
267
Setting Up a Secure PDF Library
276

Using the Scan and Capture PlugIns
127
Creating Interactive Tables of Contents and Indexes
139
Creating Forms
147
Bringing PDFs to Life
169
Making Your PDFs More Interesting with Digital Movies
187
The Part of Tens
281
Ten Troubleshooting Tips for Creating PDFs
289
Index
295
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