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Review answers

1:How do you generate a PDF index automatically when converting a FrameMaker file
A1: Acrobat Distiller generates a linked PDF index automatically from the index markers inserted in a FrameMaker file.
2:How do you create bookmarks in a document
A2: To create a bookmark, click the Create New Bookmark button at the bottom of the Bookmarks palette or choose New Bookmark from the Bookmarks palette menu. Go to the page containing the information you want to bookmark. Then choose Set Bookmark Destination from the Bookmarks palette menu and verify the destination.
3:How can you control how a bookmark behaves
A3: To control a bookmark's behavior, you select a bookmark, choose Edit > Properties, and specify the bookmark's action using the Type pop-up menu.
4:How do you create an article thread
A4: To create an article thread, you use the article tool and drag an article box. Then you go to the next desired page in the article using the scroll bar or the Document > Go To Page command, and drag another article box; you repeat this step for as many article boxes as desired. To end the article, you click End Article in the status bar.
5:How do you insert a new article box into an existing article thread
A5: To insert a new article box into an existing article thread, you select the article box using the article tool, move the pointer over the plus sign at the bottom of the article box, and click. Then you draw an article box around the new article that you want to include, and click End Article in the status bar when you have finished.
6:How do you end an article thread
A6: To end an article thread, you click End Article in the status bar.
7:How can the table of contents for a printed publication differ from the table of contents for a strictly online publication
A7: The table of contents for a printed publication lists the main topics and their subtopics linearly on the page, whereas an online publication arranges its content listings in nested, hierarchical screens. Although the linear arrangement follows the conventional organization of a printed book, the hierarchical structure is better suited for an online environment where the most intuitive action involves clicking a link to follow a trail of information.


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