Tag: automatic

Adobe releases critical advisory updates

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Late last week Adobe was struggling with the automation launch flaw, first discovered by Didier Stevens, and which Gottwals, a member of Adobe’s security team noted on the Adobe blog saying, ‘We are currently researching the best approach for this functionality in Adobe Reader and Acrobat,’ and it may introduce changes in a future update.

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Keyboard navigation in Acrobat 7

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Even the quickest precision mouse users can save time using keyboard shortcuts. The ability to navigate PDF documents using only a keyboard also has the added bonus of being crucial in mouse-free environments. In this tip, Dan Shea outlines several navigational keystrokes.

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Collating PDFs using JavaScript

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Despite the numerous benefits, there can be potential issues with the conversion of paper documents into electronic archives. When scanning paper pages into PDF, it’s possible to end up with the odd- and even-numbered pages in separate PDF files. It can be very time-consuming to collate them manually, but there is an easier way. Sean Stewart explains.

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Preflighting PDF…Who, Where and How

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You’re ready to start preflighting PDF files? How you preflight and where in your workflow you do it might make all the difference!

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How to Create Slide Shows and Self-running Kiosks in Acrobat

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In this tutorial, Ted Padova and Wendy Halderman explain how to best use the features of Acrobat 6 Professional to create a self-running multi-media kiosk for use with displays such as tradeshow exhibits.

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