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Entering scripts into a link action

By Thom ParkerApr 5, 2007

In this tutorial, learn how to work with link objects in Acrobat 6.

Topics: JavaScript

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2340

04/05/2007

How to convert MSFT Outlook folders to PDF Packages in Acrobat 8

By Lori DeFurioDec 19, 2008

In this tutorial, learn how to convert MSFT Outlook folders with over 250 emails to PDF Packages for archiving in Acrobat 8.

Topics: Combine Files

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3597

12/19/2008

Using links and buttons to control 3D objects and presentations

By Doug Halliday – May 7, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how to use Acrobat 9 to add buttons to your PowerPoint presentations to go to pages or views or even activate 3D objects.

Topics: Combine Files

Products covered: Acrobat 9

4988

05/07/2009

Drowning in e-mail?

By Donna BakerAug 1, 2006

Donna Baker explains how a small business can handle e-mail-based communication more efficiently using Acrobat to convert, store and navigate a collection of messages and attachments.

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3647

08/01/2006

Adding a map overlay to a geospatial PDF

By Dave MerchantJun 26, 2009

In this tutorial, learn how to add a map overlay to a geospatial PDF using Acrobat 9 Pro Extended and Adobe Illustrator.

Topics: Combine Files

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5977

06/26/2009

Managing and tracking documents with Adobe Sign

By Adobe – May 12, 2015

In this tutorial, learn how to manage and track the status of a document that you have sent for e-signature.

Topics: Sign and Send PDFs

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1616

05/12/2015

How to sign in to Adobe Document Cloud

By Adobe – Oct 19, 2015

In this tutorial, learn how to sign in to your Adobe Document Cloud account and get started storing, viewing and finding files in the cloud.

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4308

10/19/2015

Tracking comments using Acrobat 7

By Lynda.com – Jun 14, 2006

In this excerpt from Lynda.com's 'Acrobat 7 Essentials Training,' learn how to track comments using Acrobat 7.

Topics: Review and Comment

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3324

06/14/2006

Creating Navigation Buttons and Full-Screen Viewing

By Ted PadovaFeb 19, 2007

Last week I talked about creating navigation buttons to move forward and backward in a PDF document. Once you create the navigation buttons, the next step is setting up the document for viewing. There's no need to add buttons to documents that open in default views. However, if you want to provide more viewing area for PDF pages, you can hide the toolbars or open documents in full-screen views.

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7891

02/19/2007

Do the Acrobat shuffle

By Donna BakerMar 11, 2008

Acrobat offers different methods to bring content together from different locations and in different formats.

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03/11/2008