Adobe Acrobat 5.0: Classroom in a Book

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Adobe Press/Peachpit Press, 2001 - Computers - 397 pages
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Adobe Acrobat is the essential tool for universal document exchange. Acrobat can convert almost any document (including entire Web sites) into a PDF file for distribution, viewing and printing on any computer platform, with its original formatting intact. Fully revised for version 5.0, Adobe Acrobat 5.0 Classroom in a Book contains new lessons and updated projects that cover the basics of learning Acrobat. Some exciting new features of version 5.0 include document review tools (sticky notes, text highlights) that allow multiple reviewers to add electronic comments simultaneously to an online PDF file, conversion tools to save a PDF file to Rich Text Format and repurpose the text in a new document, and Adobe PDF forms for easy online forms. The CD-ROM includes images and lesson files customized for the projects and lessons throughout the book. This official training series from Adobe will appeal to users and creators of PDF files, including publishing companies, production and pre-press designers and clients, and anyone that distributes downloadable written content on the Web.

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Contents

Getting Started
1
Introducing Adobe Acrobat
8
Getting to Know the Work Area
20
Copyright

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The Adobe Creative Team is made up of members of Adobe's User Education group. They take their expertise in training users to work with Adobe products, combine it with the creative talents of the Adobe Acrobat team, and add the rich content of the CD-ROM to create a unique learning package from Adobe.

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