Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video The Welcome screen, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
The Welcome screen in Acrobat 11 is a great jumping off point to start working …with PDF files. It is a central area where you can access …frequently performed tasks and frequently used files. …As you can see, the Welcome screen is divided into three main areas. …I'm going to start way down here at the bottom of the Welcome screen where you're …going to see daily tips about how to use Acrobat 11 more efficiently. …The meat of the Welcome screen is located in this center portion of the window.…
And on the left-hand side, you can open Frequently Used Files and you can also …click the Open button to open existing files. …So, I'm going to click the Open button and I'm going to navigate to my Chapter 2 folder. …And I'm going to open up this file called Pixology, which is a magazine designed by …my friend Tim Grey. So, I'm going to go ahead and close this …file now. And you're going to see that on the …left-hand side of the Welcome screen, the file that you recently opened is now …listed so you can quickly open it up again.…
- 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 Appropriate for all
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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