One way to keep your static PDF documents relevant is to create web links to "live" websites that are regularly updated with the latest information. In fact, the process is even easier than creating web links in HTML! This PDF tip explains how.
During a document review process, it's often necessary to compare different versions of the same document. The good news is that Acrobat takes a lot of the pain out of this process with its automated document comparison feature. Read more in this tip.
What if you have a terrific document and it is ready to send to a client when you realize you should have tweaked an image or added a text layer? Can you still make your deadline in time? You can if you are working in Acrobat, which supports round-trip editing! Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.
Want to make small changes to information in your PDF document? Using the TouchUp Object tool, you can select and modify content imported as part of the document, including text, images, and multimedia objects. Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.
Want to reuse information from a table in your PDF document? Until Acrobat 6 it was difficult to deal with tables in PDFs; Acrobat 6 included a Select Table tool, and Acrobat 7 takes your table manipulation capabilities to new heights. Author Donna Baker explains how to extract table information from your documents quickly and easily.
You can reuse individual images from a document if permission is given by the document author. In fact, it can be as simple as dragging a marquee around the desired area in a PDF document. Author Donna Baker explains how to do this quickly and easily in Acrobat.
If you need to reuse content on a PDF document, but you didn't create it and you can't get a copy of the source document, you can use Acrobat's tools to select and repurpose the content. Author Donna Baker explains how to do this quickly and easily in Acrobat.
A good way to create a cohesive-appearing document you have constructed from multiple source documents is to use a watermark or background. Author Donna Baker explains how to do this quickly and easily in Acrobat.
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.