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Archive: Editing & Publishing

Converting HTML Web Pages to PDF

Dave Wraight

Acrobat's Web Capture Plugin converts Web pages or entire Web sites into a single PDF file, including graphics and links. We explore two modes for converting HTML files: local HTML and online HTML.

Enterprise & Government   April 08, 2004

Cropping and Rotating Pages in Acrobat

Donna Baker

If you compile PDFs from multiple sources, you may notice inconsistencies in page sizes or orientations. This tip looks at how you can use Acrobat's native page cropping and rotation features to get them looking just right.

Creative & Print   April 07, 2004

Editing Text from PDF Files

Ted Padova

When individual characters in a line of text needs to be edited, you can easily change characters with the TouchUp text tool. However, when paragraphs of text need to be edited, an external editor is required.

Enterprise & Government   April 03, 2004

Adding Page Number to PDFs

Ted Padova

When creating PDFs from a layout application, you can easily place page numbers on each page. However, when using different producer applications and merging PDF files, you won't have a chance to add page numbers unless they are uniquely added in the right order in each program that produces the PDFs to be merged together.

Enterprise & Government   April 01, 2004

Replacing Pages in Acrobat

Donna Baker

In this simple tip we explain how to replace pages in Acrobat while retaining links, comments and other interactive elements.

Creative & Print   March 25, 2004

Creating Large-Format PDF Documents

Not everything fits neatly onto a standard page. Sometimes a larger page size is needed, and this tip shows you how.

Enterprise & Government   March 19, 2004

Organizing Your PDF Documents Using Acrobat

Ted Padova

In a traditional filing system, you might create labels, stick them to tabs on manilla folders, then find the alphabetical order and file the folders in cabinets. This tip is for those searching for a better means of organizing files, papers, articles, and other important documents.

Enterprise & Government   March 17, 2004

Extracting Content from Acrobat

Donna Baker

We explain how to extract usable content from PDF documents.

Enterprise & Government   March 05, 2004

Creating layered PDF documents

With Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional, you can preserve the layers in the Adobe PDF documents created from Microsoft Visio or Autodesk AutoCAD drawings. This tip from Adobe.com shows you how.

Creative & Print   February 25, 2004

Building Documents Using the Pages

Donna Baker

Looking to save time and fuss by combining document content intuitively via a drag and drop interface? We explain.

Enterprise & Government   February 20, 2004

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Adding a PDF Stamp Comment

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.