- #1: A Brand New Interface
- #2: Office 2010 Compatibility
- #3: Enhanced PDF Portfolios
- #4: The New Action Wizard
- #5: Integration with Microsoft SharePoint (Windows only)
- #6: Save PDF Content as Word/Excel
- #7: Sanitize Your Document
- #8: Streamlined Comments
- #9: Optimized Viewing Mode
- #10: Share Via SendNow
#6: Save PDF Content as Word/Excel
Although this feature has been in Acrobat in some form or another, saving PDF files as Word documents now has improved preservation of formatting and layouts. Adobe states that, “…relative positioning of tables, images, and even multi–column text is preserved, as well as page, paragraph, and font attributes” (see Figure 9). I find it to be much more robust and spot on with the conversion process.
Figure 9 Save content as Microsoft Word
Expedite reuse of content by converting PDF document data to Excel file formats. Even select a portion of a PDF page and export it to an editable format (see Figure 10).
Figure 10 Save content as Microsoft Excel