Join Brian Wood for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing your ideas, part of Acrobat 9 Pro Getting Started.
Acrobat 9 allows you to create and combine PDF files in a single PDF or as a…PDF Portfolio, as well as add content such as multimedia, linking and unifying…elements like headers and footers. Then control your work with passwords and…permission settings.…So we can create PDFs from Adobe applications such as InDesign, Illustrator,…and Photoshop. We can also create PDFs from Office and just about any program…out there. You will see right here that we can create PDFs from files, from a…scanner, from web page to capture even links, from clipboard, as well as merge…multiple PDF files or files into a single PDF or create a Portfolio.…
A PDF Portfolio allows you to unify content within it. So you can combine…documents such as InDesign files, PDFs, video, emails, Word docs, things like that.…Our job is to add files to this. So I will go out to a folder here, and …I've got some things I would like to add. I will simply drag them in, place…them in the Portfolio. And once we put this content in here, you will see that…
- Creating PDFs from files, scanned documents, web pages, and more Improving PDF navigation with links and bookmarks Customizing PDF Portfolio templates Distributing and collecting review and form data via email, server, or Acrobat.com
Skill Level Beginner
Q: When creating a bookmark in Acrobat 9 using the Select tool then choosing New Bookmark, the bookmark should be titled after the selected section. Instead, the bookmark is titled "Untitled.” What could be causing this issue?
A: Normally, when using the Select text and images tool to create a bookmark, the bookmark should automatically be named after whatever text is selected. However, there may be security on the file or the selected text could actually be an image. Either one of these conditions would prevent the bookmark from being named properly. If the file is protected, remove the protection or contact the file’s owner. In the case of an image, the bookmark can be renamed by clicking on the bookmark title.
Q: In an Acrobat 9 Pro form, what is the best way to set up form field navigation so that clicking on any row of a table redirects to an associated text box on a different page?