The software tools need to create this tutorial are:
Adobe Acrobat 3D.
Right Hemisphere's PDF Publishing Module.
Adobe Reader 7.07+ for viewing (only required for those without Acrobat 3D).
There are three main software components which shipped with Acrobat 3D:
Adobe Acrobat 3D
Adobe 3D Toolkit
Adobe LiveCycle Designer
To create this interactive 3D PDF we are going to focus primarily on the 3D Toolkit, Adobe LiveCycle Designer and the Right Hemisphere PDF Publishing Module, which is a plug-in to 3D Toolkit. Before we start, let's review some basic 3D navigation instructions:
Rotate = Left Mouse Button Down & Drag
Zoom = Right Mouse Button Down & Drag
Pan = Left & Right Mouse Button Down & Drag
Launch 3D Toolkit, and using the standard Windows Explorer interface, browse and locate the supplied demo .RH file Select > Messerschmitt_KR-200_v1.0.rh.
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