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Expanding All Bookmarks

How to expand all of your bookmarks with one click.

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Deleting Pages the Easy Way

If you find yourself with a PDF that has many pages that you need to delete, but don’t have the time to alter the source files, then read on.

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Digital Publication Design – PDFs Improve the Creative Process

Over the last dozen years, the explosive use of computer graphics has greatly expanded, speeded up, and improved the creative process. It has also cemented our reliance on telecommunications devices to quickly transfer proofs and files. In his latest article Scott Miller explores the use of PDF in content sharing, proofing, workgroups, prepress and more.

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PDF Web Capture – Creating a Millennium Family Tree

Looking for a good use of the Web Capture feature of Adobe Acrobat 4.0? Scott Miller explores its use and how it has been useful for tracing his family roots and building a family tree.

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Making portable documents accessible

For some users, key attributes of PDF — i.e. the ability to preserve complex layouts and use high-quality graphics — may in fact be barriers to communication. Adobe Systems has been working for years to improve the accessibility of PDF-based information for the visually disabled. Recent updates to Access Adobe, its accessibility-oriented Web site, describe a range of current solutions — including a new PDF Forms demo — and outline the company’s future plans.

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Filling PDF Forms

What can you do when you want to fill out forms on your computer or online? Aandi explores this and the options you have available.

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Setting the Default Notes Color and Title

If you don’t like the current Notes Color or you want to change the title of your notes, then read on.

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PDF – Remembering the first time

It’s hard to forget the first time. For each of us the experience was unique and one most of us cherish. Planet PDF’s Editor, Kurt Foss, reminisces on his first time with PDF and how it all began with Acrobat v. 1.0. Kurt shares his thoughts and knowledge on the world of PDF technology.

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PDF Anatomy 101

This article examines what a PDF document is made up of. Comprised of document objects, page objects and content objects, it explains how these objects relate to form the PDFs you make and use.

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PDF templates – the invisible paper

Bryan Guignard takes a pragmatic approach to his column with his PDF Templates kit. This kit consists of two files. The Template Interface, and a second PDF file which is a sample of invisible PDF paper along with the PostScript code snippet used to create it.

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