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Chapter 5. Working with Acrobat > Saving PDF Files in Other Formats

Saving PDF Files in Other Formats

With Acrobat 5.0, reusing the contents of your PDFs in other programs is easy. You can save a PDF in any of these common formats:

  • Encapsulated PostScript (*.EPS) is best if you plan to place the document in a page-layout document.

  • PostScript (*.PS) files preserve all structuring information and other parameters encoded by Distiller. PostScript files can then be printed on a high-resolution output device.

  • JPEG, PNG, and TIFF formats convert each page of the PDF to a separate bitmapped image file. You lose the ability to edit text.

  • Rich Text Format (*.RTF) format allows you to reuse the document's text in a word processor. All images are lost in this format.


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