15: Add Multimedia Elements to PDF Documents in Microsoft Office

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CHAPTER 15: Add Multimedia Elements to PDF Documents
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When you use Acrobat to create a PDF document multimedia presentation, you can include documents with images in other applications and then use Adobe PDF as a printing device to convert the documents into PDF format You can augment the images with text documents you convert to PDF files But the real power of Acrobat Professional comes when you add multimedia files such as Flash SWF movies, video clips, and sound files You can create a single multimedia document or create a series of documents that you link with interactive menus When you create a multimedia presentation for CD-ROM distribution, you have considerable leeway You can create a menu with multistate rollover buttons that play sounds, trigger movies, and much more As long as you can fit the entire production on a CD-ROM, you are good to go You can use the Button tool as the basis for your menu For more information on using the Button tool, see 14 You can spice up a CD-ROM presentation by adding interactivity to the Navigation menu buttons When you create a multistate rollover button for a multimedia presentation, use the Push Highlight option and choose a different image for each button state For example, you can use an icon for the Up state, use an icon with text for the Rollover state, and then use a variation of the icon for the Down state You can add additional interactivity to the button by assigning multiple actions For example, you can play a short movie file on Mouse Enter, stop the movie file on Mouse Exit, and play sound on Mouse Down Note that if you use a large movie file with a mouse event, the movie may not load before the user clicks the button For more information on events, refer to 14
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You can create an effective introduction to your multimedia presentation by creating a series of pages that play one after the other, similar to a movie s opening credits After Acrobat displays the last page, you use an action to open the main page of the presentation The number of introduction pages varies depending on your presentation You could create an interesting introduction by gradually increasing the size and opacity of a corporate logo until it fills the entire page Another visually stimulating introduction for a presentation is to have various images assemble into a splash screen, like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle coming together If you have image editing software such as Adobe PhotoShop, Corel Photo-Paint, or Macromedia Fireworks, you can create the individual images for the introduction Create the images with the same dimensions as your PDF presentation and convert each image to PDF format using the Standard conversion setting Name each file in the order it will appear in the introduction for example, intro1pdf, intro2pdf, and so on After you convert the images to PDF format, launch Acrobat and do the following: 1 Choose File | Create PDF | From Multiple Files to open the Create PDF From Multiple Documents dialog box and select the files created for your introduction 2 In the File To Combine window, arrange the files in the order in which they will appear and then click OK to convert the files to a PDF document
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3 In the Pages tab, select the first thumbnail, right-click (Windows) or CTRL-click (Macintosh), and then choose Properties from the Context menu When the Page Properties dialog box appears, click the Actions tab Page Open is selected by default 4 Click the triangle to the right of the Select Action field and choose Run A JavaScript 5 Click the Add button to open the JavaScript Editor dialog box 6 Enter the following code in the Create And Edit JavaScripts text window:
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var interval = appsetInterval("thispageNum = thispageNum + 1;", 3000);
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7 Click OK to close the JavaScript Editor dialog box, and then click Close to exit the Page Properties dialog box and assign the action to the page Before you go on to the next step, take a look at the preceding JavaScript code You created a variable named interval and set it equal to the setInterval method of the app object The setInterval method is used to pause the application for a certain amount of time, in this case 3000 milliseconds, which is equal to 3 seconds The code in quotation marks executes after the interval has passed In this case, it increases the value of pageNum property of the document by 1, which advances the document to the next page The code will continue to execute every three seconds until you stop the code by clearing the interval 8 In the Pages tab, select the thumbnail for the last page in the document and then right-click (Windows) or CTRL-click (Macintosh) and choose Properties from the Context menu When the Page Properties dialog box appears, click the Actions tab Page Open is selected by default 9 Click the triangle to the right of the Select Action field, choose Run A JavaScript from the drop-down menu, and then click the Add button to open the JavaScript Editor dialog box 10 Enter the following code in the Create And Edit JavaScripts text window:
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11 Click OK to close the JavaScript Editor dialog box Now that you have created the JavaScript to stop the pages from turning, you need to specify which document will open after the introduction plays 12 Click the triangle to the right of the Select Action field, choose Open File, and then click the Add button to open the Select File To Open dialog box 13 Select the file that you want to open after the introduction plays, click Select to select the file and exit the Select File To Open dialog box, and then click Close to exit the Page Properties dialog box That is all you need to do to create an automated introduction You could have created each page of the introduction as a separate PDF file and used the Open File action to advance to the next PDF document However, on all but the slowest computer, the files would open too quickly for the viewer to get a good look at them When you use JavaScript, you can control the amount of time each page of the introduction is displayed To increase or decrease the interval time, enter a new value in Step 6 Remember that 1 second equals 1000 milliseconds and that you can precisely control the amount of time each page is displayed
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