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Adobe Acrobat 5 PDF bible
Padova, Ted.
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Publication Information:
New York : Hungry Minds, [2001]

Physical Description:
xxvi, 758 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
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On t.p. registered trademark symbol follows "Adobe" and "Acrobat."

Includes index.
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QA76.9.T48 P33 2001 Book and Software Set Central Closed Stacks

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With 100% of what you need to know about Adobe Acrobat and PDF, this critically acclaimed, authoritative reference has now been completely updated and enhanced to cover the powerful new release of Adobe Acrobat.

Author Notes

About the Author Ted Padova is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of The Image Source Digital Imaging and Photo Finishing Centers of Ventura and Thousand Oaks, California. He has been involved in digital imaging since founding a service bureau in 1990. Ted has taught university and higher education classes for over fifteen years in graphic design applications and digital prepress. Currently he teaches classes in Scanning and Halftoning, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Acrobat at the University of California, Santa Barbara and the University of California, Los Angeles. Ted has contributed to over a dozen computer books as a technical editor, coauthor, and author, including Adobe Photoshop Look and Learn (Version 6.0), Web Design Studio Secrets, and Adobe Photoshop 4.0 Bible (technical editor); Adobe Photoshop Tech Support (co-author); and Acrobat PDF Bible (author), all published by Hungry Minds, Inc. (formerly IDG Books Worldwide).

Table of Contents

Part I Welcome to Adobe Acrobat
Chapter 1 Getting to Know Adobe Acrobat
Chapter 2 Viewing and Searching PDF Files
Chapter 3 Using Acrobat Viewers
Part II Creating PDF Documents
Chapter 4 Converting Documents to PDF
Chapter 5 Using Acrobat Distiller
Chapter 6 PDF Exports and Imports
Chapter 7 The Acrobat Environment
Part III Enhancing PDF Documents
Chapter 8 Comments, Text, and Graphics
Chapter 9 Articles, Bookmarks, and Thumbnails
Chapter 10 Hypertext References
Part IV Acrobat Publishing
Chapter 11 Acrobat and the Web
Chapter 12 PDF and eBooks
Chapter 13 Working with Forms
Chapter 14 Authentication and Archiving
Part V Catologing and Scanning
Chapter 15 Creating Search Indexes with Acrobat Catalog
Chapter 16 Scanning in Acrobat
Chapter 17 Converting Scans to Text
Part VI Advanced Acrobat Applications
Chapter 18 Printing and Digital Prepress
Chapter 19 Programming
Chapter 20 Using Plug-Ins
Appendix: Using the CD-ROM
End-User License Agreement
CD-ROM Installation Instructions