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Using Organizer

Acrobat has always listed your most recently opened file at the bottom of the Acrobat File menu. In Acrobat 7.0, however, you have a far more powerful tool for locating and managing your files. Acrobat 7.0 offers the Organizer, which not only gives the history of PDF files you have accessed by date, but lets you group your PDF files into collections and favorites, and browse through documents page-by-page, without having to open them to find exactly what you're looking for.

When you've found the file you're looking for, you can use the buttons on the Organizer toolbar to open your file, print it, email it, or send it for review. You can even consolidate multiple PDF files into one PDF file from within Organizer. As you work through later lessons in this book, you'll learn more about the functions of the buttons on the Organizer toolbar. (These buttons work in the same way as the equivalent buttons in Acrobat.) In this lesson, you'll review the basics of the Organizer feature.


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