Create a Standards-Compliant PDF in Acrobat: Overview You can create a standards-compliant PDF in Acrobat. The most-common reason for doing this is that the document must comply with ISO 32000 standards. Depending on the intent for using the PDF, compliance standards vary. You can save a document as a PDF/A, PDF/E, or PDF/X file.
Edit Text in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can easily edit text in Acrobat Pro DC. To do this, however, the security settings of the PDF must allow for editing. You can change both the content and appearance of text in a text box within a PDF page. Note that editing text in Acrobat
Attach Files to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can attach files to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC. These files can be of many file types, including other PDF files. Alternatively, to attach files to a PDF using the older Acrobat XI, instead, please see our previous blog post, titled “Attach
Open a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can open a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC in several different ways. The first way to open a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC is to launch the Acrobat software by opening a PDF. To do this, find the PDF file to open on your computer.
Color Management in Acrobat: Overview You can use color management in Acrobat to help achieve color consistency throughout your work process. A color profile describes the characteristics of a device, like a computer monitor or a printer. Color management in Acrobat maps the colors possible for a device. By setting up color management preferences
Page Transitions in Acrobat: Overview You can add page transitions in Acrobat that appear each time a user advances a PDF page when in Full Screen Mode. Page Transitions in Acrobat let you present PDFs like audiovisual presentations. To add page transitions in Acrobat, first open a PDF document that contains several pages.
Create a PDF from a File in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview To create a PDF from a file in Acrobat Pro DC, select the “Create PDF” tool in the Tools Center. Acrobat then displays the “Create a PDF from any format” screen. By default, the “Single File” PDF creation option is selected. Click “Select
Add a Password to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can add a password to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC to protect its contents. Passwords can prevent others from opening, editing, copying, or printing PDF files. You can add two kinds of passwords to a document using Acrobat. A “Document Open”