- Enhancing PDF Documents
- Jul 15, 2015
- In this chapter from Adobe Acrobat DC Classroom in a Book, you'll learn how to enhance Adobe PDF documents, including rearranging, rotating, renumbering, and inserting pages, editing links and bookmarks, and inserting video and other multimedia files.
- Enhancing PDF Documents in Adobe Acrobat XI
- Dec 17, 2012
- Adding Form Fields with Acrobat XI
- Oct 5, 2012
- Learn how you can use the form tools in Acrobat XI to add form fields to any document.
- Using the New Adobe Forms Central to Distribute PDF Forms
- Jul 27, 2011
- Looking to create a form for a website, but don't know where to start? Adobe FormsCentral is a service that allows you to create, distribute, and analyze online forms. Adobe Certified Instructor Brian Wood shows you how you can create a good-looking form from either a template or from scratch, put it on a web page via a link or embed it directly, send it out via Twitter or other methods, collect responses, and save those responses as a PDF, Excel, or CSV (comma-separated text file).
- Understand the Basics of Digital Signatures in Adobe Acrobat X
- May 31, 2011
Digitally signing a document can be simple or complex, depending on how you approach it and what you expect from it. Adobe expert Brian Wood explores the generic process for digitally signing a PDF document using Acrobat X and what you can expect.
- Create Fillable PDF Forms Easily
- May 26, 2011
- Gone are the days where you were forced to print a PDF and manually fill out form fields with your pencil. The PDF form has matured, and there are lots of tools out there such as Acrobat.com, Adobe ConnectNow, and Adobe FormsCentral to help you distribute the form to the masses and get the information into a usable form. Adobe expert Brian Wood shows you the different ways to create and edit a fillable form, with a few tips and tricks as well.
- Create a Shared PDF Review Using Acrobat.com for Easy Managing and Review-Tracking
- May 16, 2011
- Acrobat X has a lot of ways of sharing PDF files with others so that they can review and comment on the file if necessary. While those services are very useful, Adobe expert Brian Wood focuses on how you can access Acrobat.com from within Adobe Acrobat X to share a PDF with others as a shared PDF review. He details how you can send your document for review, track the review, and review and comment on the PDF.
- Saving Time on Routine, Multistep Tasks by Running PDF Actions
- May 11, 2011
- Who doesn’t want to work smarter, not harder, during the workday? Lots of us use PDF files in one way or another to convey information. Adobe expert Brian Wood shows you how to use PDF actions to simplify and automate your work and create that perfect PDF “experience.”
- Bring Ideas to Life Through Rich, Interactive PDFs
- May 6, 2011
- If you find yourself working with PDFs often, you can discover many things you can (and can’t) do to them to make them more interesting, and at the same time more user-friendly and useful. Adobe expert Brian Wood explores some of the most widely used interactive features that you can add to a PDF.
- From Many File Types, A Polished PDF Portfolio
- Mar 28, 2011
- Learn how to create a dynamic presentation, called a portfolio, in Acrobat X Pro. Acrobat expert Brian Wood helps you understand how portfolios work, including answering questions like, “What is the difference between combining files and creating a portfolio?” and “Will it work in all versions of Reader?”
- The Top 10 What’s New and Improved in Acrobat X
- Mar 21, 2011
- Have you upgraded from Acrobat 9 to X yet? No need to fear the changed interface. Acrobat expert Brian Wood takes you on a tour of new and improved features in Acrobat X.
- Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: Actions
- Jan 11, 2011
- Learn how to run an action in Acrobat Pro, create an action, create an instruction step for an action, set options in steps so the user doesn’t need to provide input, prompt the user for input on specific steps, and share an action.
- Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: About PDF Portfolios
- Jan 5, 2011
- In Acrobat X Pro, you can assemble multiple files into an integrated PDF Portfolio. This lesson shows you how.
- Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: The Document Review Process
- Jan 5, 2011
- This lesson shows you multiple ways to use Acrobat in a document review process, how to annotate a PDF file with the Acrobat commenting and markup tools, view, reply to, search, and summarize document comments, initiate a shared review and initiate live collaboration.
- Real-World Solutions with Adobe Technology: Health Care e-Form
- Feb 24, 2010
- In this chapter, you will meet a doctor and the IT staff of a regional hospital and learn how they replaced piles of paperwork with their new paperless systems.
- Going Paperless with Acrobat
- Jan 19, 2010
- This chapter provides an excellent real-world example of how using just the Adobe Acrobat product successfully enhances an organization's workflow, saving time and costs.
- Adobe Acrobat 9 How-To #10: Using PDFMaker in Microsoft Word
- Nov 7, 2008
- Acrobat 9 works directly with Microsoft Word to make quick PDFs from Word documents. The default settings in the PDFMaker probably will be fine for many conversions, but you may want to customize some of the settings for your specific word processing needs. Donna L. Baker points out useful options for handling bookmarks, links, and other Word specialties.
- Adobe Acrobat 9 How-To #120: Creating a Digital ID Profile in Acrobat 9
- Nov 7, 2008
- Like many systems for managing documents and processes, Acrobat uses a digital signature to secure content. Donna L. Baker explains how digital signatures work and discusses the features that Acrobat 9 offers for setting up and using digital IDs.
- Adding Signatures and Security in Adobe Acrobat 9
- Nov 5, 2008
- In this step-by-step exercise, the Adobe Creative Team shows how to work with digital signatures, certification, and password protection in Acrobat 9 documents.
- Adobe Acrobat 9 How-To #103: Converting Visio, InDesign, and Illustrator Documents
- Oct 30, 2008
- Layered graphical documents are great business tools, but exporting them to PDF requires a little caution. Donna L. Baker discusses popular conversion options for Adobe Acrobat 9.