Tag: touchup

Touching-up text in Acrobat

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Let’s set the scene: after you’ve created your PDF, added any bookmarks, links, JavaScript or other interactive content, you quickly check through your PDF document before sending it off or posting it to a web site. Unfortunately, you find that you’ve misspelled the name of an important client! Luckily, Adobe Acrobat’s TouchUp Text Tool can save you from having to regenerate the entire document.

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Round-trip Editing an Image with Acrobat 7

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What if you have a terrific document and it is ready to send to a client when you realize you should have tweaked an image or added a text layer? Can you still make your deadline in time? You can if you are working in Acrobat, which supports round-trip editing! Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.

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Touching Up Reading Order with Acrobat 7

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Yet another reason for using a tagged PDF document is to organize its reading order. You can use the TouchUp Reading Order tool to define individual content elements on a page and then order them as desired. Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.

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Object TouchUps using Acrobat 7

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Want to make small changes to information in your PDF document? Using the TouchUp Object tool, you can select and modify content imported as part of the document, including text, images, and multimedia objects. Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.

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