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Part V: Acrobat, Distiller, and Designer > Working in a PDF in Acrobat

Chapter 42. Working in a PDF in Acrobat

IN THIS CHAPTER

Working with Fonts

Editing Text

Compressing Images

Rearranging Pages

Adding Headers and Footers

Adding Watermarks and Backgrounds

Creating Bookmarks

Working with Destinations

Comments

Using Markup Tools

Initiating Reviews and Comments in Adobe Reader

Working with the Comments Tab

Extracting Data from Comments

Using the Tracker

Understanding Security and Digital IDs

The main reason Adobe created the PDF format was to offer a file format for documents that could be viewed across different platforms (Mac, PC, Unix) without users having to worry about fonts or format compatibility. Acrobat's mandate was to make the creation and display of PDF files not only possible, but to accomplish it in an easy and hassle-free way. Acrobat has grown since its introduction and many features have been added to it (and to the PDF format). The mandate of making the creation of PDF files easy remains. Let's see what you can do with your PDFs.


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