Tag: pages

Reordering pages in Acrobat

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Reordering pages in a PDF document is basically as easy and dragging and dropping. It is something that comes in handy when a document has been saved as a PDF and just needs slight reordering to make it perfect. Here is a step by step guide to do it in Adobe Acrobat 11.

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Rotating PDF pages in Acrobat

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When you compile a PDF from multiple sources, you might find that some of the pages are sideways or inverted when you try to view them on-screen. Never fear! Acrobat can be used to rotate individual pages within a PDF document.

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Take a moonwalk with your PDFs

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This is a cool, nifty tool for PDF folks developed by Jake Pietrykowski.

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Rotating pages using Acrobat

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If you have a PDF document that you have compiled from a range of sources (e.g. an Excel spreadsheet and a Word document), chances are that one or more of the pages will need to be rotated for easy on-screen viewing. Luckily, rotating pages in Acrobat is child’s play. This tip explains how.

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Insert pages into existing PDF documents with Acrobat

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If you need to add new content such as a cover page, spreadsheet or appendix to an existing PDF document, you can do this easily in Acrobat. This tip explains how.

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Indigo Eight launches AjaxPDF

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Indigo Eight Software has announced the release of AjaxPDF, an ASP.NET 2.0 Web Control for displaying PDF documents within an existing Web page.

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Cropping pages to highlight areas in Acrobat

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When you receive a PDF that contains, say, an image that is surrounded by text, how do you highlight the image? One way is to export the graphic to an imaging application such as Photoshop, but that involves additional applications and the associated loading times. A great ‘quick and dirty’ fix here is to use the ‘Crop’ tool to hide the content that surrounds the image, leaving you with PDF which displays only an image, just the way you wanted it. This tip explains how.

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Extract pages from a PDF in Acrobat

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Acrobat allows users to extract individual pages from PDF documents. This is a very convenient function for users looking to obtain excerpts of longer documents.

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Manipulating pages in Acrobat 7

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Adobe Acrobat 7 allows users a great deal of control when it comes to manipulating pages in your PDF documents. Acrobat 7’s Document tab includes a range of useful functions such as insertion, extraction and deletion of pages.

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Mad Web Skills with PDF — Create a PDF from Internet Explorer

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If you are about to go offline for a while but just have to finish that online article, why not capture it to PDF? You can then either print it or view it on your handheld device. Nifty, eh? PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains how in this piece on creating PDFs from Internet Explorer.

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