Since the invention of the handout by an enterprising monk in 1121 AD, surprisingly little has changed. In this piece, veteran trainer and conference speaker Claudia McCue discusses best practices to make the most of your tutorials using Acrobat and PDF.
With Macromedia's acquisition of RoboHelp -- and its PDF creation engine, RoboPDF -- now behind us, Contributing Editor Dave Wraight takes a look at how Macromedia's first FlashPaper offering stacks up against PDF.
Acrobat 5 and 6 changed everything for templates, making it possible to take full control of them, to create truly dynamic PDF documents. So what exactly is a Template? We explore in this in-depth article.
In his latest article Bryan Guignard takes a look at the prospect of and demonstrates using Acrobat 6 Pro for producing complex form layouts, calling it "as capable ... as other dedicated form design packages."
In collaboration with Duff Johnson of Document Solutions, we're launching a new series that will analyze and improve a selection of PDF files we routinely encounter, along with his non-judgmental comments on why and how the file was improved.
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.