Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Comparing files, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
It's not uncommon at all to deal with multiple revisions of a file when working …on a project. For example, maybe someone wrote a letter …and then created a PDF file. Then changes were made to a file and a …new PDF was created. It's helpful sometimes, to be able to …compare the two versions to see where changes were made. …Acrobat 11 to the rescue, let's see how this feature works. …I'm beginning this video with the letter underscore original file, already open on …my computer. And what I'm going to do is I'm going to …go to the tools menu, and we need to open up a new category here.…
I'm going to go to the panel menu and choose Document Processing. …Now in a Document Processing category, we have a bunch of really useful features …that we can use in here. But the one that we're going to look at …today is Compare Documents. So, I'm going to go ahead and click on …the Compare Documents button, and it's asking me to direct Acrobat to the …original and the newer document. So, the original is the one that I had …
- 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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