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A guide covering both Windows and Macintosh explains how to create PDF's, customize navigation and formatting, and design interactive forms
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Using the intuitive, highly graphical style that's typical of the books in this series, PDF with Acrobat 4 Visual Quickstart Guide explains how to use the latest version of Adobe's widely used Portable Document Format (PDF) and the tools that exist to support it. You'll find out how to download Acrobat files from the Web and view them with Acrobat reader, and you'll get full information on how to use the new features of Acrobat 4, including annotations, bookmarks, and document comparisons. There's quite a lot of information on Acrobat Web publishing and Acrobat's multimedia capabilities too.
PDF with Acrobat includes plenty of illustrations--you'll find it easy to follow along with procedures as you match what's on your screen to the book's screen captures. The author does a good job of explaining the Acrobat utilities as they exist in both Windows and Macintosh environments, providing screen shots from both operating systems when he explains operations (like printing) that differ on the two platforms. The only fault is the lack of a companion CD-ROM containing Acrobat Reader. But the inconvenience is minor since you can get the program free of charge on the Web. --David Wall
Topics covered: Acrobat Reader, Acrobat Distiller, Acrobat PDF Writer, and Acrobat Capture, as well as the Acrobat editor itself.From the Back Cover:
We've all been there: You receive a document from someone but can't open it because the sender created it on a PC and you use a Mac. Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) was designed to alleviate that frustration, and it's quickly become the cross-platform standard. If you need to send and receive documents without losing any of the formatting, you need PDF with Acrobat 4: Visual QuickStart Guide. This edition covers all the latest Acrobat features--including the new annotation and document-management tools--in the popular Visual QuickStart Guide style. That means concise, step-by-step instructions and plenty of screenshots and helpful tips. If you're new to the program, you can start with such basic topics as creating and editing PDF files, while veterans can use the handy tabbed format to page straight to more advanced sections, such as using PDFs on the Web.
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