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Quick Guide to Saving and Printing Files in Acrobat 8
By John Deubert
Feb 9, 2007
Acrobat lets you save your PDF documents to a wide variety of formats. If you need to convert a PDF file to a TIFF file or an EPS file, just select those formats when you save the file. At print time, Acrobat gives you a lot of control over the details of how your document is placed on paper. You can even make a booklet out of your PDF file directly from Acrobat. In this chapter, you'll see how to use all of Acrobat's file saving, conversion, and printing capabilities.
Saving and Printing Files
Jan 8, 2007
Save And Print PDFs in Adobe Acrobat 7
By Jen Alspach
Dec 22, 2006
Acrobat's ability to let you read a PDF file on almost any computer system is impressive, but you can do even more. In this chapter, you'll learn how to save PDFs in many formats, reduce file size, make sure a document is ready to print, and finally to print it.
Saving And Printing PDFs
Jul 31, 2006
Building a Slideshow Presentation with Picture Tasks
By Donna L. Baker
Jul 14, 2006
Suppose you need to present a series of photographs to a committee that will decide which one belongs in a company brochure. Or imagine that you are preparing a collection of shots, one of which will appear in a newspaper ad. How can you present the selection of possibilities to a client in a way that is both professional and interesting? Acrobat 7 includes a plug-in called Picture Tasks that allows you to easily manage a group of images and prepare different types of output, including a slideshow and various print options. In this chapter's project, you'll learn how to use the plug-in to create a slideshow and customize it, as well as to send the final product automatically by e-mail from within Acrobat.
Getting Familiar with Adobe Reader
By Ted Padova
Sep 2, 2005
Adobe Reader offers an overwhelming array of options. Luckily, Ted Padova offers his services as a guide through the thicket of choices in this sample chapter.
Bookmarks in Acrobat
By Christopher Smith, Anita Dennis, Mohamad Tawil
Mar 19, 2004
In this article, the authors of "Real World Adobe Acrobat 6: Pro and Standard" show you how to nest, create, and edit bookmarks.
Logon Scripts: Using KiXtart and.ini Files
By Matthew Moran
Dec 19, 2003
Anybody who manages user accounts knows the advantage of automating the task. The last thing you want to do is visit every desktop to ensure that the users' Windows computers are set up to work properly with your network. One common way to get around this is to use batch files and scripts to smooth the process. Matthew Moran shows you an easy way to gain control of user logons with Kixtart, a free-format scripting language.
Optimizing PDF Documents for Search Engines
By Shari Thurow
Feb 14, 2003
Learn how to optimize your PDF document to increase its chances of being successfully found via search engines.
Create FrameMaker Clickable Hyperlinks that Work in Acrobat
By Lisa Jahred
Dec 6, 2001
Learn how to save time by creating hypertext links in FrameMaker that work in Acrobat PDF.
PDF and Graphics Strategies
By Ted Alspach
Apr 6, 2001
When publishing PDF documents, size is a large issue. The way graphics are initially inserted and saved as well as the type of graphics used can dramatically change the size of a PDF file. This article discusses strategies for reducing PDF size.
PDF Font Strategies
By Ted Alspach
Apr 6, 2001
Fonts are an intrinsic part of how PDFs work, and the decision of whether and how to include fonts is critical. This article discusses font options to consider when designing PDF documents, including embedding, anti-aliasing, sizing, and readability.

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