Adobe Acrobat 6 Complete Course

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* Provides readers with a complete curriculum-based course to quickly and easily learn all the new features of Adobe Acrobat
* Teaches the full range of Acrobat tools and techniques through the re-creation of a multiple-document project for a fictional company
* Includes project tutorials complete with descriptions and illustrations of Acrobat's features and commands
* By the end of the book, the reader will ...
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Overview

* Provides readers with a complete curriculum-based course to quickly and easily learn all the new features of Adobe Acrobat
* Teaches the full range of Acrobat tools and techniques through the re-creation of a multiple-document project for a fictional company
* Includes project tutorials complete with descriptions and illustrations of Acrobat's features and commands
* By the end of the book, the reader will have created a wide range of sophisticated, thematically related brochures, charts, and forms for a fictitious marine supply company
* CD-ROM contains all of the files and materials needed to complete the project in the book
Complete Course
Full-color tutorials show designers how to master software from start to finish
This series shows creative professionals and design students how to harness today's leading software tools to create cutting-edge work in graphic arts, Web design, multimedia, and video. Each Complete Course title focuses on a single high-quality project-a striking Web site, brochure, video, or other end-product that will make people stand up and say, "Wow!" Heavily illustrated tutorials show step by step how to master software tools and techniques-and complete each element of the project. With their single-project focus, elegant full-color interiors, and CD-ROMs featuring all the raw materials people need for the tutorials, these start-to-finish courses are truly complete-and a surefire hit.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764518959
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/24/2003
  • Series: Complete Course Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 8.02 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Ted Padova is Chief Executive Officer and managing partner of The Image Source, a digital imaging and photofinishing center based in Ventura, California. He is the author of the highly acclaimed Teach Yourself Visually Acrobat 5, Acrobat 6 PDF Bible, and Creating Adobe Acrobat Forms. He also speaks internationally about Adobe Acrobat and PDF.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Confidence Builder.

Getting Started with Adobe Acrobat.

Converting a PostScript File to PDF.

Opening a PDF Document.

Navigating a PDF Document.

Converting an Image File to PDF.

Appending Pages.

Saving Files and Loading Toolbars.

Creating Page Links.

Adding a Watermark.

Adding a Stamp Comment.

Setting the Opening View.

Sending for E-mail Review.

Part I: Course Setup.

Project Overview.

Part II: Getting to Know Adobe Acrobat.

Session 1: Customizing Acrobat.

Getting to Know the Acrobat Tools.

Getting Help in Acrobat.

Customizing Your Work Environment.

Setting Preferences.

Session Review.

Session 2: Opening and Saving Files.

Opening and Closing Documents.

Opening Files Saved in Different Formats.

Saving Files.

Setting Preferences.

Session Review.

Session 3: Viewing and Navigating PDF Files.

Using Page Viewing Tools.

Saving Initial Views.

Using Zoom Tools.

Using the Pages Palette.

Working with Bookmarks.

Session Review.

Part III: Creating PDF Documents.

Session 4: Converting Application Documents to PDF.

Converting Image Files to PDF.

Converting Clipboard Data to PDF (Windows Only).

Converting Microsoft Word Files to PDF.

Setting Conversion Options in Acrobat.

Converting Multiple Files to PDF.

Using Acrobat Distiller.

Session Review.

Session 5: PDFs and Web Viewing.

Converting Local Web Pages to PDF.

Converting Web Hosted Pages to PDF.

Creating PDFs from Internet Explorer (Windows Only).

Creating PDFs from Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express (Windows Only),

Session Review,

Part IV: Editing PDF Documents.

Session 6: Modifying Views and Pages.

Saving an Opening View.

Setting Page Modes.

Adding Document Properties.

Adding Page Numbers.

Adding a Background.

Session Review.

Session 7: Changing Document Pages.

Importing Multiple Pages.

Inserting Pages.

Replacing Pages.

Ordering Pages.

Session Review.

Session 8: Changing Document Content.

Editing Text with the TouchUp Text Tool.

Adding New Lines of Text.

Moving, Copying, and Pasting Text.

Creating Web Links from Text.

Copying and Pasting Images.

Session Review.

Part V: Commenting and Reviewing.

Session 9: Using Comment Tools.

Creating Note Comments.

Setting Comment Preferences.

Using the Highlighting Tools.

Using the Drawing Tools.

Commenting with Attachments.

Adding a Stamp Comment.

Creating Custom Stamps.

Summarizing Comments.

Session Review.

Session 10: Commenting and Reviewing.

Setting Up an E-mail-Based Review.

Participating in a Review.

Setting Comment Status.

Tracking Reviews.

Session Review.

Part VI: Adding Interactivity.

Session 11: Creating Links and Buttons.

Creating Links to Pages.

Linking to Views.

Opening Secondary Files.

Opening Pages in Secondary Files.

Creating Buttons (Acrobat 6 Professional Only).

Creating Button Faces (Acrobat 6 Professional Only).

Duplicating Buttons (Acrobat 6 Professional Only).

Session Review.

Session 12: Working with Multimedia.

Adding Sounds.

Playing Sounds with Page Actions (Acrobat Professional Only).

Importing Acrobat 5 Compatible Media (Acrobat Professional Only).

Creating Play Buttons.

Importing Acrobat 6 Compatible Media (Acrobat Professional Only).

Creating Acrobat 6 Compatible Media Play Buttons.

Session Review.

Session 13: Creating Presentations.

Adding Animation in PowerPoint.

Converting PowerPoint Files to PDF.

Using Full Screen Views.

Adding Links to Slides.

Session Review.

Part VII: Creating Acrobat PDF Forms.

Session 14: Editing and Filling In Forms.

Setting Field Tab Order.

Resetting Forms.

Creating Submit Buttons.

Filling In Forms.

Session Review.

Session 15 Creating JavaScripts.

Creating Page Templates (Acrobat Professional Only).

Creating JavaScripts.

Session Review.

Part VIII: Signing and Securing PDF Documents.

Session 16: Securing Documents.

Password-Protecting PDF Documents.

Securing Content.

Session Review.

Session 17: Using Digital Signatures.

Creating a Digital ID.

Creating Signature Appearances.

Signing Documents.

Certifying Documents.

Session Review.

Appendix A.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

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