Creating initial view settings


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Creating initial view settings

Sometimes it's important how a PDF opens to your recipient. For example, if I just sent my client this file, this is a Two Trees handbook, this is how it would open automatically. It would take up their entire screen. They might not know that I have gone to the trouble of creating bookmarks unless they were savvy enough to check to see if there were bookmarks. The title is less than optimal, you see up here where it says TwoTreesHandbook-bkmks.pdf. I might want it to say Two Trees Olive Oil Employee Manual instead.

So you have the power to actually control how a PDF opens to your recipient when they first open it in Reader or Acrobat. Now, of course they can change things. Like, if you say that it should always open with the Bookmarks panel showing, they can always close it after that happens. But at least when they first open it, they will notice that oh! It does have bookmarks. So let me show you how you do that. All that is done in the Initial View panel which is part of Document Prop...

Creating initial view settings
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Creating initial view settings provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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Business
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Acrobat
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