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  1. What is Adobe Portable Document Format?
  2. Saving  Adobe PDF forms
  3. Editing  PDF  Documents
  4. Copying Text And Images
  5. Pasting An Image From The Clipboard
  6. Printing Adobe PDF documents
  7. Creating Custom Stamps


1. What is Adobe Portable Document Format?

Invented by Adobe Systems and perfected over 15 years, Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) lets you capture and view robust information — from any application, on any computer system — and share it with anyone around the world. As with earlier versions of Adobe Reader, the free Adobe Reader 7.0 software allows you to open and read any PDF document and fill in PDF forms

2. Saving  Adobe PDF forms

An Adobe PDF form is an electronic-based document that can collect data from a user and then send that data via email or the web. A PDF form can contain static or interactive form fields; interactive form fields let the user fill in the form using their computer, while static form fields must be printed and filled in by hand. Users who fill in a PDF form that contains interactive form fields using Adobe Acrobat Professional or Adobe Acrobat Standard can save their form data along with the PDF form; Adobe Reader users can save only a blank copy of the PDF form.

3. Editing  PDF  Documents

Adobe Reader lets you open and view Adobe PDF documents. To perform editing tasks such as adding bookmarks, links, and headers or footers, you must use Adobe Acrobat. However, you can edit and view PDF documents in the following ways: To copy and paste text or images from a PDF document to another application. Use the Select tool to select text or images and then copy the selection.

4. Copying Text And Images

You can use Adobe Reader to select text or an image in an Adobe PDF document and copy it to the Clipboard. You can then paste the copied item into a document in another application. In Adobe Reader 7.0, the Select tool lets you select any page item.

5. Pasting An Image From The Clipboard

You can use the Paste Clipboard Image As Stamp tool to add images to a PDF document. You can copy images from any PDF file. If you want to add the image to PDF documents repeatedly, create a custom stamp of the image. Note: The Paste Clipboard Image as Stamp tool is not available until you copy a PDF image.

To paste an image from the Clipboard:

  1. Use the Select tool or the Snapshot tool to select an image from a PDF document.
  2. Open the PDF document into which you want to paste the copied image.
  3. Choose the Paste Clipboard Image tool from the Stamp Tool menu on the Commenting toolbar.
  4. Click in the document where you want the image to appear.
  5. Do any of the following:

    Using the Hand tool, drag the image to move it, or drag one of its handles to resize it.

    To change its properties, right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the image, and then choose Properties.

    To delete the image, right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the image, and then choose Delete.

6. Printing Adobe PDF documents

Most of the options in the Adobe Reader Print dialog box are the same as for other applications. For basic office printing, you start by selecting the printer, page size, page orientation, and other general printing options in the Print Setup (Windows) or Page Setup (Mac OS) dialog box.

7. Creating Custom Stamps

If commenting is enabled in a PDF document, you can create and apply a custom stamp using any PDF file. You can store the custom stamp in an existing stamp category or create a new stamp category. If you want to add an image to a PDF document one time only, copy the image to the Clipboard and then paste it into the document. Pasted images have the same characteristics as other stamp comments; each includes a pop-up window and editable properties.

To create a custom stamp:

  1. Choose Show Stamps Palette from the Stamp Tool menu .
  2. Choose a stamp category from the pop-up menu at the top.
  3. Click Import, select the file you want to use, and then click Select.
  4. If the file contains more than one page, scroll to the page you want, and then click OK.
  5. Choose a category from the pop-up menu or type a name to create a new category, name the custom stamp, and then click OK.

To edit a custom stamp:

  1. Choose Show Stamps Palette from the Stamp Tool menu .
  2. Choose the stamp category, right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the stamp, and choose Edit from the pop-up menu.
  3. Edit the category or name of the stamp, or replace the image, and then click OK.


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