Acrobat tutorial: How to use the Text Box tool | lynda.com



This Acrobat tutorial shows how to add text to a PDF document using the Text Box tool. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Acrobat-X-tutorials/Tips-and-Tricks/85320-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-lynda-85320-0304

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the Acrobat X Tips and Tricks course presented by lynda.com author Anne-Marie Concepcion. The complete Acrobat X Tips and Tricks course has a total duration of 4 hours and 33 minutes, and explores the secret techniques of Acrobat power users: editing text and graphics directly within the PDF, adding the Typewriter tool to the toolbar, creating a better default preview for portfolios, outputting double-sided pages and printer spread booklets, and converting JavaScript into one-click actions

Acrobat X Tips and Tricks table of contents:

Introduction
1. Interface Fixes
2. Better Ways to Zoom and View
3. Modifying PDF Content
4. Repurposing PDF Content
5. Printing Tricks
6. Portfolio Tricks
7. Signing PDFs
8. Form Tips and Tricks
9. Mastering Comments
10. Power Searching
11. Action Tips
12. Making Better PDFs for Reader Users
Conclusion

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14 thoughts on “Acrobat tutorial: How to use the Text Box tool | lynda.com”

  1. Unbelievably helpful!
    I thought I was quite computer savvy, but Adobe pdf products seem to be the least computer friendly products. There is always such a learning curve. Ever try to learn Adobe Photoshop? Sheez!!

  2. i want my pdf document to convert as scanned pdf, i usually convert into image and then into pdf again. are there any short cuts in acrobat to do this. to disable text box editing, to disable type writer tool

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