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1:Describe some of the features of Adobe Acrobat 5.0.
A1: Adobe Acrobat 5.0 is used for creating, modifying, printing, and viewing PDF documents. Among the things you can do with Acrobat are add hyperlinks, electronic bookmarks, media clips, and page actions to PDF documents; organize and index document collections for distribution on CD-ROMs; add password protection to prevent users from copying text and graphics, printing a document, or even opening a file; digitally sign documents; add comments and files, and markup text; create electronic forms or add form fields to existing documents; color proof documents before sending them to a printer.
2:How do electronic documents designed for printing differ from documents optimized for online use?
A2: Electronic documents designed for paper output tend to be longer, text-intensive documents. Optimized online documents have been redesigned for optimal display on a monitor and may contain more graphics and screen-based navigational features.
3:What hardware and software do you need to view PDF documents?
A3: You can view PDF documents on Windows, Mac OS, or UNIX computer systems. In addition to a computer, you need Acrobat Reader, Acrobat eBook Reader, or Adobe Acrobat to view PDF documents.
4:What kinds of media can you use to distribute PDF documents?
A4: You can distribute PDF documents via floppy disk, CD, electronic mail, corporate intranet, or the World Wide Web. You can also print PDF documents and distribute them as printed documents.
5:What kinds of fonts or typefaces and type sizes are best suited for on-screen display?
A5: Large fonts or typefaces with simple, clean shapes display most clearly on the screen. Sans serif fonts are more suitable than serif fonts, which contain embellishments more suitable for the printed page.



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