Table of contents for Adobe acrobat 8 pdf bible / Ted Padova.

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About the Author.
Part I: Welcome to Adobe Acrobat.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Adobe Acrobat.
Chapter 2: Using Acrobat Viewers.
Chapter 3: Getting Started in Adobe Acrobat.
Chapter 4: Getting Familiar with Adobe Reader.
Chapter 5: Viewing and Navigating PDF Files.
Chapter 6: Searching PDF Files.
Part II: Converting Documents to PDF.
Chapter 7: Converting Files to PDF.
Chapter 8: Using PDFMaker with Microsoft Programs.
Chapter 9: Exporting to PDF from Authoring Applications.
Chapter 10: Using Acrobat Distiller.
Part III: Editing PDFs.
Chapter 11: Saving and Versioning Files.
Chapter 12: Combining, Packaging, and Attaching PDFs.
Chapter 13: Editing Text.
Chapter 14: Redacting PDFs.
Chapter 15: Editing Images and Objects.
Chapter 16: Editing Pages.
Chapter 17: Scanning and OCR Conversion.
Chapter 18: Repurposing and Batch Processing.
Chapter 19: Enabling Features for Adobe Reader.
Part IV: PDF Interactivity.
Chapter 20: Review and Markup.
Chapter 21: Working with Review Sessions.
Chapter 22: Links and Actions.
Chapter 23: Multimedia and PDFs.
Chapter 24: Working with Layers.
Chapter 25: Accessibility and Tagged PDF Files
Part V: PDF Publishing.
Chapter 26: Authentication and Security.
Chapter 27: PDFs and the Web
Chapter 28: PDFs and Presentations
Chapter 29: Using Acrobat Connect
Chapter 30: PDFs and eBooks.
Chapter 31: Printing to Desktop Color Printers
Chapter 32: Commercial Printing and Prepress.
Part VI: Acrobat PDF and LiveCycle Designer Forms.
Chapter 33: Designing PDF Forms (Windows Only).
Chapter 34: Understanding Acrobat Form Tools.
Chapter 35: Working with Form Data.
Chapter 36: Understanding JavaScript.
Appendix: Using the CD-ROM.
End-User License Agreement.

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