Tag: screen

Two really useful shortcuts in Acrobat

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Spending the time to learn shortcuts will help you get the most out of any
software, and that’s especially true of Acrobat. Here’s a quick tip from
PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson that makes use of two important shortcuts.

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Ubiquitous PDF: DIY iPhone screen fix

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Morten Skogly dropped his iPhone onto asphalt and was suddenly faced with a broken screen, or as he puts it, a ‘cobweb of sadness’. With a cheap replacement part and his step-by-step guide, you can prise out a sad, splintered screen and get your phone back on the road.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Free short film distribution guide released

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Nigel Smith, an award-winning producer of short films, has released a free PDF guidebook to help budding filmmakers find wider audiences for their short films.

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Reducing screen clutter in Acrobat

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Are you looking to remove all distractions to read your PDF content? Perhaps you just want to remove all distractions so that you can skim through your PDF document before signing off on it and sending it off? This tip explains how to reduce on-screen clutter in Acrobat to allow you to focus your attention completely on the content.

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Opening PDF documents in Full Screen Mode

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Are you looking to present your PDF presentations in a less cluttered way with greater visual impact? Adobe Acrobat allows users to configure the opening settings of PDF documents to display them in full screen mode. It’s as effective as a PowerPoint display and very easy to accomplish. This tip explains how.

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DSI enhances PDFs for accessibility and usability

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Document Solutions announces a new service designed to ensure compliance of existing PDF files with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, which mandates accessibility of government documents.

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Getting Snappy with Snapshots

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A new feature with Acrobat 6 is the Snapshot. A Snapshot is an area of a PDF page or the whole page that you define with the SnapShot tool that becomes a destination for use in actions (links, bookmarks etc).

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ByteServing Your PDF Files

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Ever waited an hour for a PDF to be viewable in your Web browser? ByteServing a file allows the Web Server to send smaller (but complete) chunks of a file.

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