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Chapter FOUR. Creating PDF Files in Acrobat

Chapter FOUR. Creating PDF Files in Acrobat

Earlier versions of Acrobat allowed you primarily to export PDF files from various source programs or imported Web pages. Beginning with Acrobat 6, and now with Acrobat 7, you can work functionally—that is, according to the processes you are attempting to apply to a document—rather than manipulating a massive collection of toolbars and menu items (although they certainly do exist!). The Create PDF task assembles a collection of processes inside the program, giving you one-click access to material.

You can convert files in Acrobat 7 in numerous ways, including single or multiple documents, from a Web page, from a scan, or from a snapshot, which is content captured from the program window. The Attachments pane is new in Acrobat 7, and lets you attach source documents to a PDF either before conversion or in Acrobat using two different methods.

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