Rotating pages using Acrobat

If you have a PDF document that you have compiled from a range of sources (e.g. an Excel spreadsheet and a Word document), chances are that one or more of the pages will need to be rotated for easy on-screen viewing. Luckily, rotating pages in Acrobat is child's play. This tip explains how...
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Evaluating JavaScript using Acrobat’s console

If you have incorporated JavaScript into your PDF documents, chances are that you'd like to make sure that it's valid before you post the PDF to your website. The good news is that Acrobat has a handy JavaScript console that allows you to do just that...
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Snap to grid using Acrobat

When adding objects such as comments, images or form fields to your PDF documents, ensuring the correct position and alignment can be a nightmare. Luckily, owners of Acrobat can use the Grid Tool to arrange objects so they align perfectly. Use the 'Snap to grid' feature to align these objects against the grid lines displayed...
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Copying text in Acrobat

If you only need to cite some PDF text, it can be inconvenient and inefficient to send the whole PDF document. It may be easier to simply copy and paste the desired text into an email or report and forward it on. This tip explains how...
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Add PDF bookmarks in Acrobat

PDF bookmarks can drasically improve the navigability of longer PDF documents. Luckily, it's a snap to create them in Adobe Acrobat. This ip explains how...
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