Adobe® Acrobat® Pro has many features that allow you to tremendously enhance your PDFs.
In this video I review the content editing features. To go directly to the video scroll down or click here. The video teaches you how to:
- Edit text in your PDF. If you tried this in earlier versions, you know that it didn’t work well. Maybe you’d have success if you were just changing a character or two. Current versions not only allow you to significantly change your text, it will also wrap text appropriately, change the size of your text box and more. If you want to jump directly to this section of the tutorial, go to 1:48 on the video.
- Add new text. Go to 3:24 on the video to learn how to add text.
- Add images. This begins at the 5 minute point in the video.
- Export your PDF to other file formats. This is a fantastic time saver when you need data from a PDF or want to update the look of your document but don’t have the original files. Learn more about this at 6:45 on the video.
- Add links. Adding links begins at 8:25.
- Add bookmarks. Jump to 12:03 to learn about bookmarks, how they differ from links, and how to create and change them.
- Attach files. Learn to attach files beginning at 16:10.
It seems that most of the “how can I…?” phone calls we’re getting lately deal with some of the advanced features in Adobe® Acrobat® Pro. I previously blogged about adding headers and footers to your PDFs here. In future videos we’ll review other Acrobat tools that will allow you to provide a better, more informative and useful document to your audience.
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