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Replacing Pages

Chuck now has one page that is ready to go. He’s created the PDF version of the property listings as well as an HTML page he can use on his Web site. Of course, he has more than one home to list, and he can use another of Acrobat’s features to create both the PDF and HTML versions of the remaining documents.

You’ll use Acrobat’s Replace Page feature to slide the content for each property listing onto the PDF document page, replacing the text and images of the original page. Content you add in Acrobat—such as a comment, form field, or link—remains, regardless of the underlying page. In this project, that means that no matter which page is used to replace the original, the Flash movie remains.


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