Adobe Acrobat 5 PDF For Dummies

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Wiley, Jun 25, 2002 - Computers - 384 pages
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What the book covers: The essentials of using Adobe Acrobat. Includes coverage on planning a document for PDF distribution, maintaining the integrity of your fonts and graphics, creating PDFs with Office or the Distiller, updating work with Acrobat, building virtual forms, preparing PDFs for the Web, adding interactivity, indexing a PDF, collaborating on a PDF, securing a PDF, and preparing PDFs for press.
Series features: Includes the friendly, easy, and often humorous reference that has made Dummies the most popular technology book series ever.

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Introduction
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How to Use This Book
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Foolish Assumptions
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Copyright

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Greg Harvey is a veteran computer trainer and the author of bestselling For Dummies books on Excel and Windows.

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