Acrobat 9 Pro Essential Training
With Acrobat 9, Adobe continues to evolve the venerable PDF from a simple paperless document into a collaborative hub for many forms of digital communication. In Acrobat 9 Pro Essential Training, Brian Wood explores the many new and enhanced features in version 9 of Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro, and Acrobat Pro Extended. He demonstrates different ways to create and modify PDFs, including the enhanced OCR tool, and shows how to combine them with other files into a PDF Portfolio. Brian covers collaboration in detail, including the new Collaborate Live and Shared Review options. He also investigates redaction and other security features. Example files accompany the course.
- Understanding the difference between Adobe Reader and the Acrobat family
- Creating PDFs from Office files, web pages, scanned pages, and other Adobe files
- Creating bookmarks and links
- Exporting and batch-process exporting to other formats
- Annotating PDFs and attaching files or audio comments
- Using Buzzword in various PDF workflows
- Setting encryption, passwords, and other security features
Hello! Welcome to Acrobat 9 Essentials Training. My name is Brian Wood and I will be your host. Acrobat 9 is an exciting new product release simply because there are so many new features. If you're brand new to Acrobat or if you have been in Acrobat for quite a while, you're going to see that we'll go into creating PDFs, editing PDFs, commenting PDFs, all the way to securing your PDF files. So thanks for joining me and I'll see you inside.
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- Q: After scanning a file to PDF, the text is not editable, despite following the steps in the “Editing text” movie. How do I make a PDF with editable text?
- A: Text may not be editable after scanning to PDF since most scanners scan a document and convert the contents to a digital image. To check if text is editable, open the PDF and select the Text and Image tool. Position the pointer over the "text" in the PDF, and if a I-beam cursor appears, it's text. If not, it's most likely an image. In that case, the image needs to be converted to text first by choosing Document > OCR Text Recognition > Recognize Text Using OCR, then choosing ClearScan as the method.
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