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ost computer users are familiar with Acrobat in some form or another Many think that Acrobat is the application that pops up when they double-click a file with the pdf (Portable Document Format) extension That little gem is Adobe Reader 70 But there s much more to Acrobat than the Reader Major corporations, software manufacturers, and businesses use the full version of Acrobat to create and publish documents for electronic distribution The fact that you are reading this book probably means that you either own the full version of Acrobat 70 Standard or Acrobat 70 Professional or will soon purchase either program to create interactive electronic documents that retain the appearance of the original If you have used Acrobat before, you know that it is chock-full of features so many features that it takes a while to learn them all If you re brand new to Acrobat, the prospect of publishing sophisticated electronic documents might seem a bit daunting But don t worry as you read this book, whether you own Acrobat Standard or Acrobat Professional, you ll learn to harness the power of Acrobat to create and publish electronic documents you never thought possible Whether you need to create a simple electronic memo, an employee manual, or an indexed electronic catalog, Acrobat is the tool for you In this chapter, you ll also learn about the different components that come with Acrobat and the many uses for the software If you ve just upgraded from Acrobat 60, you ve likely already noticed that there are many changes to the software If you are an experienced Acrobat user, you may be tempted to skip this chapter However, even if you re an Acrobat publishing veteran, I suggest that you browse through this chapter, especially when you consider the numerous new features, new tools, menu commands, and so on As you read this chapter, you may discover an application for the program that you never knew existed As you learn about the new features and enhanced functionality of Acrobat 70, you may develop ideas of how to best utilize the software for your publishing needs
About Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat has been around for some time now Adobe created the product for individuals and corporations that needed to publish documents for distribution in electronic format (which became known as ePaper after Acrobat had been out for a while) The premise of the application is to create electronic documents in a format that can be viewed by anyone, on any computer,
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with the only required software being the free Adobe Reader 70 Adobe accomplished this goal and then some Early versions of Acrobat found great favor with software manufacturers who used Acrobat to create online manuals for their products The manuals could easily be bundled on program installation disks with a free copy of what is now known as Adobe Reader 70 Many software manufacturers opted to publish program manuals only in PDF format Software companies, selling programs with manuals published in this manner, saved on packaging and shipping costs, enabling them to price their software more competitively Help manuals published in PDF format are easy to navigate and read Figure 1-1 shows a PDF document as viewed in Acrobat Professional with the How To window hidden As Acrobat grew in popularity, Adobe added more features to the product Newer versions of the software featured enhanced usability, the addition of document security, and the ability to create a searchable index of multiple PDF documents Users of the software found new
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