- Creating PDFs from files, scanned documents, web pages, and more Improving PDF navigation with links and bookmarks Customizing PDF Portfolio templates Distributing and collecting review and form data via email, server, or Acrobat.com
Skill Level Beginner
- Acrobat is nothing less than the most versatile solution to getting your work from your computer to the rest of the world. (upbeat piano music) If you're new to Acrobat, no problem. We'll explore the fundamentals, and show you the program's capabilities, so stick with me and I'll make sure it happens. I'm Brian Wood, and this is Getting Started with Acrobat 9. Acrobat 9 is a program I really enjoy teaching, because of the versatility and how it interfaces with so many other programs we all use.
In Acrobat 9, Getting Started, I'll show you features like creating PDF portfolios. We'll get into the very cool function of working with multi-media, including flash video, and you're gonna love it when you see how Collaborate Live works. Acrobat 9 is filled with so much functionality, you'll never have to leave your chair to see your clients, and I mean that in a good way. As with all lynda.com courses, you can come back and review segments, stop and start the training when you please, and access the program 24/7. Now, let's get into Acrobat 9, Getting Started, and see what this program can do for you.
Q: When creating a bookmark in Acrobat 9 using the Select tool then choosing New Bookmark, the bookmark should be titled after the selected section. Instead, the bookmark is titled "Untitled.” What could be causing this issue?
A: Normally, when using the Select text and images tool to create a bookmark, the bookmark should automatically be named after whatever text is selected. However, there may be security on the file or the selected text could actually be an image. Either one of these conditions would prevent the bookmark from being named properly. If the file is protected, remove the protection or contact the file’s owner. In the case of an image, the bookmark can be renamed by clicking on the bookmark title.
Q: In an Acrobat 9 Pro form, what is the best way to set up form field navigation so that clicking on any row of a table redirects to an associated text box on a different page?