Create a Form from an Existing Document in Acrobat XI: Overview Using Acrobat XI, you can create interactive forms in a number of different ways. Forms can be created from scratch using Adobe Forms Central, or forms can be made from documents created in other software applications. Acrobat XI even allows you to create
Change the View of a PDF in Acrobat XI Pro: Overview Acrobat allows you to change the view of a PDF in Acrobat XI Pro in a number of ways. Just as when you use Acrobat’s various zoom tools, when you change the view of a PDF in Acrobat XI Pro, you do not
Edit Text in a PDF Using Acrobat XI: Overview As long as the security settings of a document allow for it, you can easily edit text in a PDF with Acrobat XI. You can change both the content and appearance when you edit text in a PDF page. Note that editing text in Acrobat Pro
Extract and Replace PDF Pages: Overview Using Acrobat, you can easily extract and replace PDF pages to extract pages from a PDF or to replace one page with another in a PDF. For example, extracting pages from a PDF is useful if you want to email somebody just one or two pages from a PDF.
Combine PDFs in Acrobat XI: Overview To combine PDFs in Acrobat XI together to create one larger PDF, select “File| Create| Combine Files into a Single PDF…” from the Menu Bar to open the “Combine Files” dialog box. This dialog box allows you to select individual PDF files to combine PDFs in Acrobat XI into
A Tutorial on How to Create PDF Using Microsoft Office This tutorial will show you how to create PDF using Microsoft Office 2013-2010. The information is taken from the complete Acrobat training titled “Mastering Acrobat Made Easy v.XI.” Acrobat makes it easy to convert Microsoft Office files into PDF files
Acrobat Keyboard Shortcuts How to Apply Acrobat Keyboard Shortcuts in Acrobat XI You can use Acrobat keyboard shortcuts in Adobe Acrobat XI to perform commands. Acrobat keyboard shortcuts in Acrobat XI appear in the Menu Bar to the right of the specific command to which they correspond. For example, if
Customizing Toolbars in Acrobat XI Customizing Toolbars in Acrobat XI allows you to add and remove buttons for the features and functions within the program. You can see the button sets, also called button groups, that appear by default in the Quick Tools toolbar and the Common Tools toolbar in