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Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Bookby Adobe Creative Team
In this new version you'll learn how to automate multistep tasks with Action Wizard, streamline document reviews (and include Adobe Reader users), create interactive forms and track responses within Acrobat, create PDF Portfolios and customize them with all-new layouts and color palettes, remove sensitive information with redaction tools, incorporate audio and video into rich media PDFs, search and reuse scanned content with improved optical character recognition (OCR), compare PDF files to avoid version control issues, fix documents to comply with PDF standards, make documents accessible to people with disabilities, share secured files online with Acrobat.com services, and much more.
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I liked useing this book for it user friendly approach allowing me to work at my own pace. The only thing slows me down is the paragraphs that digress into MAC commands. I'm sure it's probably the same for MAC users with the windows explanations. I strongly recommend this textbook for people that aren't used to working with acrobat other than just their reader.