Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video The Acrobat XI workspace, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
Before we dive in and start using Acrobat 11, I think it's a good idea to get …familiar with our working environment, so that you have a better understanding of …the different areas of the program. Now I'm beginning this video with the …Pixology September 2012 file already open on my computer. …And I'm doing this especially on the Mac platform because the interface …essentially disappears if I don't have a file open. …If you're on windows, you would still see the same interface, but it might be …helpful for you to follow along if you have this file open as well.…
Now the first area I want to point out is way up here at the top of your screen, …and this is referred to as the menu bar. Now there's only a couple of menus here …at this point, and Adobe has done a pretty good job of minimizing the …redundancy between the menus up here. And the other areas of the application. …But you still will find a little bit of redundancy, providing multiple areas to …access the same thing. So your menu bar is way up here at the …
- Customizing the workspace
- Setting the initial view of a PDF
- Changing how a page displays
- Adding bookmarks
- Creating links
- Searching a PDF
- Creating and modifying PDF files
- Collaborating using comments and reviews
- Sharing files via email
- Creating and distributing PDF forms
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. The Acrobat Interface
3. Viewing and Navigating PDF Files
4. Creating PDF Files
5. Modifying PDF Files
6. Collaborating with PDF Files
7. Sharing PDF Files
Sharing files via email2m 58s
8. PDF Forms
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