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Using Other Help Menu Items

Using Other Help Menu Items

The Help menu includes other items to assist you with Acrobat. Although one could argue that these aren't help in the strictest sense, it's undeniable that one-click connections to information, updates, and online registration are wonderful features.

  • Adobe Expert Support opens up the Adobe Expert Support Web page (Figure A.13), where you can sign up and purchase a year's worth of technical support from Adobe's support experts.

    Figure A.13. Choosing Adobe Expert Support lets you opt to purchase technical online help from Adobe.

  • Online Support takes you to the free online support Web page (Figure A.14), where you can check for errors, troubleshoot problems for Acrobat, and link to the top Help issues.

    Figure A.14. Choosing Online Support takes you to Adobe's online support Web page.

  • Check for Updates Now instructs Acrobat to look online for any updates to the Acrobat 7.0 Professional application.

  • Registration lets you register your copy of Acrobat instantly. Acrobat starts your Web browser and takes you to the registration page on Adobe's Web site (Figure A.15).

    Figure A.15. You can register your copy of Acrobat online.

  • Acrobat Online takes you directly to Adobe's Acrobat home page (Figure A.16). From there, choose any of the topics you want to know more about.

    Figure A.16. Acrobat provides a one-click connection to customer support.

  • Accessibility Information Online takes you directly to Adobe's Accessibility home page (Figure A.17). Select any of the topics you want to learn more about.

    Figure A.17. Check to see what Accessibility features Acrobat offers.

  • Detect and Repair looks for any missing components of the Acrobat 7 Professional application. When you choose Detect and Repair, the Select Components and Repair dialog box opens (Figure A.18). Choose the components you are having trouble with (PDFMaker, Adobe PDF Printer, or Adobe PDFViewer) and click the Continue button. If Detect and Repair finds missing components, it will repair them and open an alert box.

    Figure A.18. Detect and Repair keeps Acrobat running smoothly.


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