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Lesson 10. PDF Web page > Viewing the PDF in a Web browser

Viewing the PDF in a Web browser

You can view the completed PDF version of the guide in a Web browser.

  1. If you still have the PDF file open in Acrobat Reader, close the PDF file. Also, close Acrobat Distiller and PageMaker, because you will longer need those programs for this lesson.

  2. Start your Web browser.

  3. Switch to Explorer (Windows) or the Finder (Macintosh), and open the folder on your hard disk that contains the PDF file you just created. Arrange the folder window and the Web browser window so you can see both. In Windows, you can click the taskbar with the right mouse button and choose Tile Vertically from the pop-up menu.

  4. Drag 10Work.pdf from the 10Project folder window to your Web browser window. If the browser window does not already fill the screen, click the Maximize button.

  5. Activate the Web browser window. Click Continue, and then click any other hyperlinks in the publication.


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  6. Click the zoom tool ( ) and click text. PDF allows page magnification, and antialiases type so that type displays smoothly at many sizes.

    You've successfully added hyperlinks to a publication, and you converted a publication to a PDF document that you can publish on the Web.


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