Last year when we spoke with Carl Young of DigiPub Solutions for an article on the history of the PDF Conference that he launched four years ago, he said: "Once people start learning how to use Acrobat, they just can't seem to get enough of it. They keep finding more and more things to do with it." The now-popular conference, next slated for September 13-14 in Baltimore, has become one of the best opportunities for continuing education on Acrobat and PDF from a variety of global experts.
Watch for a special Planet PDF promotional contest when the book begins shipping in
May (and in the meantime, see the Table of Contents below). Or if you want to place a
pre-release order so you'll be able to promptly get your hands on a copy, the PDF Conference Web site is
offering a special 35
percent discount flyer [PDF: 172kb] for purchasing from Osborne.com -- in
the form of a PDF file, of course.
Table of Contents
Ch. 1: The PDF Universe
Ch. 2: Quality Standards
Ch. 3: Microsoft Word
Ch. 4: Workgroup Integration
Ch. 5: Creating PDFs from the Rest of Office
Ch. 6: Working With Other Adobe Products
Ch. 7: Corel Applications
Ch. 8: QuarkXPress
Ch. 9: High-end Printing: Color Proofing & Set Up
Ch. 10: Moving Beyond One Document at a Time Creation
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.