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Chapter FIVE. Saving and Exporting > TIP 41: Exporting PDF Documents in Other F...

TIP 41: Exporting PDF Documents in Other Formats

You can use a PDF document for a variety of purposes, and then pass it through various programs. For example, you can create a document in Microsoft Word, convert it to a PDF using PDFMaker, and then export it from Acrobat as an HMTL Web page that includes JPEG images.

Editing Export Preferences

Do you find yourself continually exporting the same types of files from Acrobat and making the same settings changes? If so, change the preferences to save yourself precious time. Choose Edit > Preferences (in Mac, Acrobat > Preferences) to open the Preferences dialog.

Click Convert from PDF in the left pane. Select the format you want to modify from the list in the right pane. When you select an option, its settings appear in the dialog. Click Edit Settings to open the same settings dialog you use to export an individual file. Adjust the settings as desired and click OK. Click OK again to close the Preferences dialog. Now your file exports use your modified settings, saving you processing time for each file.



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