Tag: how

Securing PDF documents in Acrobat

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Sometimes, you want to stop other people from opening, editing, copying or printing your PDF documents. This tip explains how to do just that using Acrobat.

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Using the ‘How To…’ panel in Acrobat

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One of the welcome features in Acrobat for PDF newbies is the intuitive ‘How To…’ panel that occupies its right-hand side of the Acrobat window. One of the best things about this panel is that it’s now possible to view instructions without interfering with the manipulation of your document. In other words, you can put the instructions in the panel to use right away. Here are a few quick tips on making the most of the ‘How To…’ panel.

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Knowing What to Look For

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Figuring out what to check for during preflight is not easy; isn’t there someone out there who has done this before and can tell me what to do?

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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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I Have Problems

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We all have… The important thing is to know where to get information to solve the problems you find during preflight and how to prevent them in the future.

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Adding JavaScript References to the Acrobat Pro 6 Help Menu

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With the release of Acrobat Professional 6, the JavaScript Reference (known formerly as the JavaScript Object Specification) disappeared from its home on the Help menu. In this article, Doug Alford explains how to add it and other documents to Acrobat’s Help menu.

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