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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


00000 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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00000 08/01/2006

How to create a new PDF form in FormsCentral

By Donna BakerMar 11, 2013

In this tutorial, learn how to create PDF forms and export the PDF form using Adobe FormsCentral.

Topics: PDF Forms

Products covered: FormsCentral


00000 03/11/2013

Comment in a PDF file using Acrobat XI

By Adobe – Dec 15, 2014

Learn how to do a PDF review or document review using Acrobat.

Topics: Review and Comment

Products covered: Acrobat XI


00000 12/15/2014

Combine multiple files into one PDF using Acrobat XI

By Adobe – Dec 15, 2014

Learn how to merge PDF or combine PDF into one PDF file.

Topics: Combine Files

Products covered: Acrobat XI


00000 12/15/2014

How to work with Actions in Acrobat Pro DC

By Lori KassubaApr 1, 2015

In this infographic, learn how to create PDF actions or how to automate processes using the Action Tool in Acrobat Pro DC.

Topics: Edit PDF

Products covered: Acrobat DC


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How do I control the resolution of raytraced image renders?

By Tony DeYoungSep 24, 2006

Quick tip on how to create high resolution rendered or raytraced images in the Acrobat 3D Toolkit from Pro. E models.

Topics: Combine Files

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00000 09/24/2006

“Where is” Series, Entering Page Actions

By Thom ParkerJul 7, 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 are only limited by the imagination of the document developer.

Topics: JavaScript

Products covered: Acrobat XI, Acrobat X, Acrobat 9


00000 07/07/2006

Send Documents for Review by Email in Acrobat 8

By Ali HanyalogluMay 13, 2007

Learn how to use Acrobat to send your PDF documents for review and comment using email.


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00000 05/13/2007

Edit scanned documents

By Lynda.com – Mar 25, 2015

In this tutorial, learn how to convert a scanned PDF document into an editable PDF in a single step using Acrobat DC.

Topics: Edit PDF, Scan and Optimize

Products covered: Acrobat DC


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