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Editing files within an Acrobat 9 PDF Portfolio

Learn how to use Acrobat 9 to edit or update PDF files or Excel or Word files that are part of an online portfolio.

By August 10, 2008


In this tutorial, learn how you can edit or update PDF files or non-PDF files (e.g., Excel, Word, TIF) that are included as part of a PDF Portfolio.

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Lori Kassuba

1, 2016-02-12 12, 2016

Hi Bob Hutchins,

You’ll need to extract the files first in order to rotate them. To make the process faster, try using the Combine Files dialog, add the Portfolio but choose the option to create a single PDF. Then in the single PDF, select all the pages you need to rotate in the Page Thumbnails pane and rotate in one step. Then convert back to Portfolio.


Bob Hutchins

5, 2016-02-02 02, 2016

I have created a PDF Portfolio of about 1,061 images (they were jpeg and tiff files.  They are now PDF files within the portfolio.  But some of them are not oriented properly.  The rotate image function will not work. 

Is it possible to activate the rotate image function and then save the entire portfolio with all the images in proper orientation please?

Best regards


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