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Getting started with PDF Portfolios using Acrobat X

Learn how easy it is to create and modify a PDF Portfolio and add files to it with Adobe Acrobat X Pro or Suite.

By Andy Hunsucker – December 15, 2010


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It's easy to create a PDF Portfolio and add files to it with Adobe Acrobat X Pro and Acrobat X Suite. In this on-demand video, you'll learn how to combine PDF or merge PDF to bring together content from a variety of sources, including documents, drawings, images, e-mail, spreadsheets and web pages. Discover how to brand and personalize professionally designed layouts with your company logo and colors using themes; quickly integrate content, define navigation and add polish to communicate clearly and effectively; apply permissions and passwords to help protect sensitive information; and share your portfolio with anyone using free Reader software.

Learn how to:

  • Unify a wide range of content in a PDF Portfolio
  • Use professionally designed templates and visual themes
  • Maintain individual file settings
  • Merge multiple documents into one PDF file
  • Work with and edit files in the PDF Portfolio
  • Attach native files
  • Incorporate web pages and online content

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