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

Steps 27-30 and files for download

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Contents
  1. Click > File > Save As > Type the name of the static PDF "My_First_Template" and Click > Save.
  2. Switch back to the 3D Toolkit which should have Messerschmitt_KR-200_v1.0.rh open and Select > File > Save As > Click Save as Type drop down and Select > Adobe Portable Document 3D (*.PDF) > Click > Settings.

Save As dialog.

  1. Click > Browse to select the PDF Template "My_First_Template.pdf" Double Click or > Open.

Browse to template file.

  1. Select > OK and save the .PDF file to disk.

Congratulations... Adobe Acrobat 3D or Acrobat Reader 7.07 should launch and display the fully interactive product information PDF application for the Messerschmitt KR-200. Selecting any of the four buttons on the PDF will change the Step Camera Views and Display the Step Information and Step Metadata.

To view additional examples, please visit the Right Hemisphere demonstration Web site. If you have any specific questions, please contact the Right Hemisphere team.

Browse to template file.

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