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No Acrobat user can afford to miss a beat in his or her production and business task workflow--which makes mastering new versions of key tools like Acrobat a problem. Realizing that the users Acrobat 8 is designed for--creative professionals, business users, and technical and engineering professionals --aren't going to interrupt their work schedules to take a class in the software, Adobe has brought the classroom to them in this handy, comprehensive book. Through a series of self-paced lessons (each of which builds on the last and includes hands-on projects that the reader can create using the files on the CD-ROM), this guide acquaints users with all of Acrobat 8's regular and industrial-strength features for creating, reviewing, editing, commenting on, restructuring, and preflighting PDF files, as well as new features in Acrobat 8: securing private information with new redaction tools; creating dynamic and interactive forms; saving PDF files as Word documents; automatically archiving your Outlook emails to PDF; using newly enhanced reviewing and sharing options, and more. Professional tips and techniques are scattered throughout.
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The 19 lessons in this tutorial illustrate how to convert documents into Adobe portable document format (PDF), combine multiple files in different formats into one consolidated PDF file, and distribute PDF documents by email or CD. The later lessons provide instructions for adding signatures, creating multimedia presentations, using the engineering and legal features, and building forms. The CD-ROM contains files for the lessons and tutorial videos. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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