Tag: navigation

Creating a bookmark tree in Acrobat 7

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One of the best things about reading documents is convenience. In particular, a bookmark tree is an excellent addition that provides both a navigational aid and a convenient document overview. This tip explains how to create and modify a bookmark tree.

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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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MicroType posts Acrobat 7 Pro Shortcuts Guide

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Shlomo Perets of MicroType has posted a free-to-download, one-page PDF listing the numerous helpful software shortcuts in Adobe Acrobat 7 Pro for Windows.

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Navigating a Long Document

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We all know how frustrating it can be to manually navigate through long PDF documents. Bookmarks and links help, but what about if they are inappropriately spaced or have not been created? Dave Fishel of PDFforLawyers.com provides a quick tip that can help ease the pain.

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Opening and Navigating a PDF Document

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Acrobat provides many means for page navigation and viewing. In this tip, author Ted Padova teaches you to set a zoom level and scroll through pages with tools located in the Toolbar Well and in the Status Bar.

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9/11 Report ‘best seller’ lacks PDF navigation

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The recently published ‘9/11 Report’ is a 585-page document detailing the investigation of the 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. Being sold at major book stores, it’s also freely available online in PDF. However, the downloadable version fails to take advantage of the format’s navigational capabilities — i.e. bookmarks, interactive index, etc. — that could have made the PDF version much easier to read or browse. We’ve created and posted an improved version.

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FlashPaper vs PDF

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With Macromedia’s acquisition of RoboHelp — and its PDF creation engine, RoboPDF — now behind us, Contributing Editor Dave Wraight takes a look at how Macromedia’s first FlashPaper offering stacks up against PDF.

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FlashPaper vs PDF, Part 3

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ith Macromedia’s acquisition of RoboHelp — and its PDF creation engine, RoboPDF — now behind us, Contributing Editor Dave Wraight takes a look at how Macromedia’s first FlashPaper offering stacks up against PDF. Part 3 covers navigation, content extraction and email.

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FlashPaper vs PDF

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With Macromedia’s acquisition of RoboHelp — and its PDF creation engine, RoboPDF — now behind us, Contributing Editor Dave Wraight takes a look at how Macromedia’s first FlashPaper offering stacks up against PDF.

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IAC – Adding link annotation to a page

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How to add a link annotation to the current page in Acrobat.

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