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Topic: Acrobat & Paper Layout
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 149356
From: parallelport
Date: 4/29/2006 02:38 AM

I am a newbie to Acrobat Full Version, have not got a version as yet though interested in this because the recepient often prefer the pdf format.

One of the things that is interrupting me from buying is that what I want is to not only to create a pdf from say a website, but also I want to edit it with regards to the page layout so it become like a book: Reducing or increasing blank space between paragraphs so that they are positioned nicely, changing the margins so that page meets the recipient's / printing specification, Moving the paragraphs and graphics so that they appear in full on one page. You could say a bit like a wordprocessing program.

Could anyone tell me please if Acrobat will allow this before I buy the software or would I have to think about Adode Pagemaker, Adode Framemaker or Go Live etc ?

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