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Chapter 2. Building a Sales Proposal from Multiple Files

Chapter 2. Building a Sales Proposal from Multiple Files

We often find ourselves overwhelmed by the number of programs and file formats we’re inundated with on a daily basis. Suppose you wanted to view a Microsoft Word document, Excel spreadsheet, and PowerPoint presentation as one document. You could cut and paste content from one program to another, but wouldn’t it be nice to have the luxury of using each document’s structure? Or what if you needed to e-mail a single presentation, and it had to include Web pages from your company Web site, a table from your coworker’s PowerPoint presentation, and sample book pages that had been saved in InDesign?

One of Acrobat’s biggest contributions to creating order in the office is its ability to create a single document from a variety of sources. In this project, you’ll see how to merge a PowerPoint presentation, a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet, content from a Web page, and other sources into a single PDF document. Combining the material into one cohesive PDF document saves a lot of time when you don’t have to repurpose the material manually.


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