Join Kelly Vaughn for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing tool shortcuts in Acrobat XI, part of Adobe Acrobat DC: PDF Commenting for AEC.
- [Narrator] Now that we've gone through Acrobat DC,…and I've shown you how to customize your workspace…with the navigation pane, the tools panel,…and the quick tools,…I'll show you the same information in Acrobat 11.…Over on the left is the navigation pane.…By default, there are four buttons here,…page thumbnails, bookmarks, attachments, and signatures.…In this case, I also have a fifth button, layers,…because this particular document has layers.…There's also a variety of other tools and functionality.…
If you right-click anywhere on the navigation pane,…you'll see the list.…Your document may or may not have these options.…To reset your panes, simply right-click in the…navigation pane, and choose reset panes,…and that will reset them to what they were at the beginning.…Over here on the right-hand side are some default tools,…tools that Acrobat thinks…will be most helpful for a typical user,…such as content editing, working with pages,…and interactive objects, and so forth.…
But some of these tools, I don't plan on using very often,…
Learn how to locate the markup tools, choose the right tool for the job, get quick access with keyboard shortcuts, and customize your Acrobat workspace. These lessons can be applied to a variety of PDFs, from technical manuals to 3D models, floorplans to wiring diagrams. Instructor Kelly Vaughn—a technical documentation expert—also shows how to sort, track, share, and print comments, and introduces some scripts designed to temporarily enlarge comments and color code sticky notes.
- Maximizing your workspace
- Customizing shortcuts
- Working with different kinds of PDFs
- Using the text and drawing markup tools
- Using measuring tools
- Sorting comments
- Sharing comments
- Tracking comments
- Using custom scripts
- Printing comments
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of the Acrobat Workspace
2. About PDFs
3. Commenting Tools
4. Making Sense out of Commented Documents
5. Sharing Comments across a Team
6. Using Custom Scripts
7. Getting Your Comments Printed Out
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