Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Repurposing PDF files, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
PDF is a great format for distributing files to other users, but I find that …quite often, users want the ability to get that PDF into another more editable …format for a different use. Acrobat XI has a variety of different …formats that it can save to, and now, in Acrobat XI, we also have the ability to …save our documents as a Power Point presentation. …Let's take a look. So I'm beginning this video with the …presentation.PDF file open on my computer. …And this is essentially just a PDF file, this happens to have be created in Adobe InDesign.…
And I'd like to take a moment to just point out that the PDF format is actually …a really, really nice presentation format. …And the reason I say that is because, although we don't have the fancy builds …and transitions, it's a format that we can guarantee, will view on any computer …at all. So it's often a good idea to make a …back-up copy of a presentation into PDF format, in the event that you have a …computer failure or something happens where you lose access to your computer, …
- 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 Intermediate
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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