Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting pages from other files, part of Up and Running with Acrobat X.
Once you start working with PDF files you'll likely encounter the need to …combine a page or two from one document and insert it into another document. …Acrobat 10 provides several ways for you to do so. …Let's take a look at how this works. I'm beginning with video with the CGS …main site file open on my computer. This can be found inside of the Combining …folder, inside of your Project Files folder. …Now what I'd like to do is I'd like to just take this main page, you can see …there's actually six pages in this document but I really only want page one.…
And I want to use this in another document. So what I want to do is I want o extract …this page from this document, so I'm going to come over here to the tools task …pane > Pages category, and this top section here allows me to do a variety of …different things with the pages within my document. …So, first and foremost I can rotate the page if I wish. …I can delete a page. But what I'm actually going to do in this …particular case is I'm going to extract the page.…
- Customizing Acrobat X
- Navigating and searching a PDF
- Creating a PDF from the Microsoft Office applications
- Creating a PDF from other applications
- Creating a PDF from a scanner, web page, or file
- Adding a watermark, header, or footer
- Basic PDF editing
- Combining multiple files into a single PDF
- Collaborating and sharing
- PDF security
- Working with PDF forms
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. The Acrobat X Interface
3. Navigating a PDF
4. PDF Creation
5. Modifying PDF Files
6. Combining PDF Files
Creating a PDF portfolio9m 13s
9. PDF Forms
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