Tired of losing track of your PDFs? Why not build a document collection in Acrobat? The Collections feature in Acrobat's Organizer allows users to group PDFs arbitrarily, arranged by project, type of content, client, etc. PDF documents in a collection need not even be co-located -- if the desired PDF documents were stored in various places locally and on a network, they could be added to a collection without the need to move files around. Further, individual PDF files can be included in multiple collections, which is invaluable for popular reference documents.
Here's how to create a PDF document collection in Acrobat 7:
Open Adobe Acrobat 7.
Select File > Organizer > Collections > Create A New Collection.
Start your new collection by arranging your files from here.
Continuous upheaval is what makes watching the technology industry so exciting. David vs. Goliath battles are waged every day, with startups often winning against much larger businesses. For years and years, many have predicted the decline of the PDF given its age and perceived disadvantages. Today, with the PDF losing ground in emerging areas like mobile and eBooks, the calls for its ultimate demise are growing louder.
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