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Creating custom 3D PDF templates inside Acrobat 3D with Right Hemisphere's PDF Publishing and PMI Modules

Steps 15-18

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  1. With the RH Standard tab selected, Drag and Drop > "3D Scene" object onto the blank form and position at the top left side of the page. This is the 3D window where the published 3D content will display.

The 3D Scene object.

View of 3D Scene in a form.

  1. Select View Menu > Turn on page layout options you desire.

Layout options.

  1. Use the handles on the Designer objects in the form to quickly resize the objects on the page and or click on the objects to move them into the final position using the mouse or keyboard arrow keys. Resize the 3D Scene object so that it fills the entire top of the form.

Resized 3D Scene object in a form.

  1. Select the RH Steps tab on the Designer Library Drag and Drop > Step Description Block onto the form. This is the text field where the Step Description will be displayed within the PDF Template. The text in this field will change per Step.

Step Description Block object.

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