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Overview: Adobe Presenter

By Alistair Lee – Apr 27, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how Adobe Presenter — now included with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Extended — allows non-technical users to quickly turn PowerPoint slides into eLearning content.

Topics: Merge and combine files

Products covered: Acrobat 9, Adobe Presenter


00000 04/27/2009

Excel to PDF and extracting Excel data from PDF files

By Jonathan Bowman – May 7, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how to use the PDFMaker options in Acrobat 9 to convert Excel to PDF and how to extract Excel data from a PDF file to be reused in Excel.

Topics: Create PDF, Convert PDFs to other formats

Products covered: Acrobat 9


00000 05/07/2009

Sharing Acrobat 9 PDF files online

By Donna BakerJul 30, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how to prepare PDF files using Acrobat 9 for online distribution, including conversion options, how to optimize the contents, bookmarks, and more.

Topics: Accessibility

Products covered: Acrobat 9


00000 07/30/2009

Easily create and edit PDF forms using Acrobat 9

By Rick Borstein – Feb 17, 2010

In this onDemand seminar, learn the basics of creating and editing PDF forms using Acrobat 9, including how to build and distribute online forms and how to track responses.

Topics: Create and analyze forms

Products covered: Acrobat 9


00000 02/17/2010

Creating and previewing a PDF form using InDesign CS6

By Anne-Marie Concepcion – Oct 25, 2013

In this tutorial, learn how to create a PDF form using the different types of fields available in InDesign CS6.

Topics: Create and analyze forms

Products covered: Acrobat X Pro, Acrobat X Standard, Acrobat XI Pro, Acrobat XI Standard


00000 10/25/2013

Destination Links

By Lynda.com – Jun 14, 2006

An excerpt from the Lynda.com's 'Acrobat 7 Essentials Training' that talks about how to set up destination links in Acrobat 6 and 7.

Topics: Merge and combine files

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00000 06/14/2006

Preflight tools in Adobe Acrobat 8: Not just for print and prepress

By Carl Young – Jan 4, 2007

Nestled away in the Advanced Menu of Acrobat 8 Professional is the world of preflighting, which is unknown country for most business users of Acrobat. Preflighting is the term used in the commercial printing/graphic arts world for checking your files before printing them. Although the Preflight dialog box may look a bit intimidating, don’t worry. If you just focus on a few things and don’t obsess about knowing what every option is for, you will find some very helpful tools.

Topics: Printing & Prepress

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00000 01/04/2007

Entering Page Actions

By Thom ParkerAug 19, 2006

Page Actions are triggered by the opening and closing events on a PDF page in the viewer. These Actions are primarily useful for starting and stopping page related interactive features such as multimedia, timers, and animations, but the way in which these actions can be used is only limited by the imagination of the document developer.

Topics: JavaScript

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00000 08/19/2006

“Where is” Series, Entering Document Actions

By Thom ParkerJul 7, 2006

Document Actions are JavaScript events triggered by printing, saving, and closing the PDF. These Actions give developers the opportunity to change the PDF before and after one of these activities (except for closing).

Topics: JavaScript

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00000 07/07/2006

Adobe Presenter settings

By Alistair Lee – May 7, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how to use the slide properties and presentation settings in Adobe Presenter, including how to lock your slides so users can't navigate off your content, customize themes and more.

Topics: Merge and combine files

Products covered: Acrobat 9, Adobe Presenter


00000 05/07/2009