Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video PDF optimization, part of Up and Running with Acrobat X.
Because there are so many options available when creating a PDF file, …there's a likelihood that occasionally, your PDF file might not meet your needs. …A common example, as you'll see here, is when a file is created as a high quality, …high resolution PDF and now you want to post it on a website. …The file that I have opened is called Brochure.pdf and it'll be found in the …Modifying folder inside of your Project Files folder. …And this is a great example of a PDF file that was created using a high quality, …high resolution setting. If I come up here to the File > …Properties > Description tab, we're going to see that this file is about 3 and a half …megabytes in size. I'm going to go ahead and cancel this dialog.…
And I would like to be able to post this file to a website. …So to do so, I can easily optimize this PDF file. …To do that, I'm going to come up here to the File > Save As > Optimized PDF. …Now you may recognize this dialog box as it looks very similar to the dialog …that you see when your editing your PDF options inside of the stiller. …
- 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
Acrobat X Tips and Trickswith Anne-Marie Concepción4h 33m Intermediate
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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