Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF: The No Nonsense Guide

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Mimosa Books, 2005 - Computers - 365 pages
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With hundreds of screen shots, this No Nonsense Guide provides you with a visual reference to learn the components of the world's most popular document sharing application. From creating basic PDF's, to securing documents, to generating interactive forms, this book covers the full spectrum of features in Adobe Acrobat 7. Each step-by-step instruction is accompanied by a screen capture showing exactly where to click to accomplish a task. Throughout the book you'll find tips and tricks that show the most efficient approaches for completing complicated projects. For users upgrading to the latest version of Acrobat, instructions are provided on using the many new features including LiveCycle Designer, the Organizer, commenting, and many others. For those new to Acrobat this book can be used as a self-paced guide or as a complete reference.

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Contents

Getting Started
14
Navigation Tools
28
Creating PDFs
52
Editing PDFs
82
Working With PDFs
114
Commenting and Reviewing
154
Advanced Tools
212
Forms with Adobe LiveCycle Designer
242
Security
276
Signatures
300
Printing
322
Color Separations
332
Getting Help
352
Copyright

About the author (2005)

David Rivers is a professional trainer and author. He has traveled the globe, helping people all over the world learn a wide variety of software applications. He has authored on-line and computer based training materials, curriculum and learning aids. Areas of expertise include: operating systems, office automation applications and graphics editing applications.

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