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Chapter 5. Structuring PDF Documents

Chapter 5. Structuring PDF Documents

PDF documents are ready to go immediately after you create them, but you can do all sorts of things to make the files more readable and easier to use. Adobe Acrobat provides several options for customizing PDF documents.

This chapter covers some of the changes you can make in PDF files to individual pages or to the entire document—everything from controlling what page shows when you open the document to changing the order of pages or combining two PDFs into one. When you've finished working with Acrobat, remember to save your documents so that they include your latest changes.


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