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Adobe Acrobat 5

The Professional User's Guide

By Donna L. Baker

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This comprehensive guide—designed for professionals—covers all of the program's major components and provides thorough instruction on how to use Acrobat as effectively as possible.

Full Description

  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-023-2
  • 576 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: April 8, 2002
  • Print Book Price: $39.95
  • eBook Price: $27.99

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Adobe Acrobat 5: The Professional User's Guide is designed for professionals, covering all of the programs major components, and providing thorough instruction on how to use Acrobat as effectively as possible. Throughout the book, renowned author Donna Baker includes a series of "Workflow Tips" designed to give you immediate direction on how to use Acrobat's features, how to make planning decisions, and how to avoid common mistakes. This book also includes a comprehensive project chapter that illustrates a real-life scenario involving project planning and form design processes.

The book is organized into functional sections for ease of use. After a general introduction to Acrobat 5, the book moves on to creation and security issues, and then covers output options, with several chapters devoted to different forms of output. An extensive chapter on Acrobat JavaScript is also included for reference. All topical chapters have projects, tutorials, and demonstrations.

The accompanying CD-ROM includes complete source files from the books projects and tutorials, as well as completed versions of the project files for reference and troubleshooting.

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