The Lawyers Guide to Adobe Acrobat

Front Cover
American Bar Association, 2005 - Computers - 173 pages
0 Reviews
Now including information about Acrobat version 7.0 as well as 6.0, thisbook takes lawyers through the processes of working with PDFdocuments, allowing them to communicate like never before. They'lllearn how to create, control, and more securely deliver intelligent, content-rich documents that can be opened by anyone using AdobeReader. More and more court systems require electronic filing, and thisis the definitive guide to the standard for those filing systems
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Contents

Why PDF?
1
PDF Document Types
5
Getting Started
7
31 Menus
8
32 Toolbars
10
33 The Navigation Panes
11
35 Bookmarks
13
38 Preferences
15
83 Signature Stamps
94
Extracting Content from PDF Files
97
92 Extracting Text Using Save As
98
93 Extracting Graphic Images
99
Searching and Indexing
103
101 Creating ImageonText Files
104
102 OCR Quality Experiment
105
104 Refining Searches
106

Creating PDF Files
17
41 Creating PDFs Using the Print Command
18
42 Creating PDFs Using a Scanner
19
43 Creating PDFs Using Drag and Drop
20
45 Creating PDFs from Web Pages
21
Working with PDF Files
23
51 Add Pages
24
52 Extract Pages
25
53 Delete Pages
26
55 Rotate Pages
28
57 Document Open Options
30
58 Document Summary
32
59 Chapter 5 Wrapup
34
Adding Document Navigation Aids
37
61 Bookmarks
38
62 Links
48
63 Page Numbering
57
Commenting Tools
63
71 Commenting Toolbars
64
72 Notes
66
73 Text Boxes
68
74 Callout Text Boxes
69
75 Text Markup
70
76 Dimensioning Tool
71
78 Lines and Shapes
72
79 Stamps
74
710 Deleting Comments
77
712 Final Comment on Comments
79
Digital Signatures
81
81 Using Acrobat Digital Signatures
82
82 Validating Someone Elses Signature
90
105 FindVersion 70
107
106 Indexing Using Catalog
108
Document Security
111
112 PDF SecurityVersion 70
113
113 Advanced Certificate PDF Security
115
Saving Web Pages to PDF
117
121 Creating PDFs from Web Pages
118
122 Web Page Capture Settings
119
Plugins
123
131 Bates Numbering
124
133 IntelliPDF BATES Bates Numbering Plugin
126
134 Redacting Information
129
Display Mode
131
141 Using Full Screen View
132
142 PDF Exhibit Notebook
134
143 Full Screen View Preferences
136
Ebriefs
139
152 Printing a Markup Copy
140
155 Creating and Organizing the Source Materials
142
157 Creating the Links
145
158 Copying the Finished Product to CD
146
159 Service and Filing
148
Acrobat in the Paperless Office
151
162 Law Office Information Systems
152
163 Basic Document Management
154
164 The Digital Filing System
156
165 Digital Document Storage Requirements
160
Resources and Glossary
163
Glossary
164
Index
167
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information