Adobe Acrobat 7 Official JavaScript Reference

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Adobe Press, Nov 10, 2005 - Computers - 99998 pages

Do you spend too much time doing repetitive production tasks such as placing and replacing images, resizing them, dragging them from one document to another, and preparing images for printing instead of being creative? Do you use Adobe Acrobat and have a strong working knowledge of JavaScript? Then you're in luck. Since Adobe Creative Suite 2 was created with built-in support for scripting, virtually every repetitive or time-consuming task that creative professionals have to do in Acrobat can be streamlined or automated with the help of a script. This book describes how to use JavaScript to manipulate and extend Adobe Acrobat, and provides reference information for the JavaScript objects, properties, and functions defined by Adobe's applications. Now available in print for the first time, this book doesn't teach you how to write code in JavaScript, but if you're familiar with the scripting language, and want to start writing scripts for Acrobat, you'll appreciate having the most definitive, up-to-date referenceavailable.

 

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Adobe Systems, Inc. is the world's leading provider of software solutions to create, manage and deliver high-impact, reliable digital content. The official Adobe CS2 scripting references are written by Adobe's own engineers and scripting experts.

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