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Opening the work file

You'll practice navigating through a fictional online magazine called Digital Arts. Digital Arts is a glossy, tabloid-style magazine that contains the hottest news in the computer world. In addition to buying the printed magazine from newsstands, readers can view and download the electronic version.

Digital Arts was created using Adobe PageMaker and then converted to PDF.

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Start Acrobat.

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Choose File > Open. Select Digarts.pdf in the Lesson02 folder, located inside the Lessons folder within the AA4_CIB folder on your hard drive, and click Open. Then choose File > Save As, rename the file Digarts1.pdf, and save it in the Lesson02 folder.

Using the work area

The Acrobat work area includes a window with a document pane for viewing PDF documents and a navigation pane with bookmarks, thumbnails, annotations, and so on related to the current document. A menu bar, command bar, tool bar, and status bar around the outside of the window provide everything you need to work with documents.


A. Menu bar B. Adobe Online button C. Tool bar D. Command bar E. Document pane menu F. Document pane G. Navigation pane H. Palette menu I. Status bar


The buttons and menus in the status bar provide quick ways to change your on-screen display and to navigate through documents.


A. Navigation Pane button B. Magnification level C. Magnification popup menu D. First Page button E. Previous Page button F. Current Page G. Next Page button H. Last Page button I. Page size J. Page layout pop-up menu



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