Use InDesign to create interactive PDF forms. In this video, Jeff Witchel shows viewers how to create text boxes, radio buttons, drop down lists, and action buttons to print and email the completed form.
The interactive PDF format supports a robust export function that takes advantage of the ability in InDesign CS5 to create multiple page sizes and includes a range of interactive features including: bookmarks, layers, buttons and media, and a flexible presentation setup.
Dave Cross has a quick tip for using Acrobat Pro to easily transform a webpage into a PDF.
Here’s a simple and straightforward method for adding useful Table of Contents (ToC) navigation to your PDF documents.
Have you ever wished you could show your clients framed versions of your work without going to the expense of physically framing your images? If so, here’s a method using real frames, a digital camera, Photoshop, Bridge, and Acrobat that allows you to create digitally framed versions of your images.
The ease with which you can move type and images between the Creative Suite applications allows you to take best advantage of the specific capabilities of each application.
You can navigate, edit, and manage your PDF documents much faster and easier in Acrobat if you take advantage of keyboard shortcuts to help you perform common tasks.
This issue we’re going to cover soft proofing and color-simulation print proofs.