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March 28, 2011 /How-To's /

Elevate your Acrobat IQ with the Acrobat X PDF Bible

We previously discussed Acrobat X Classroom in a Book as a great resource for busy users who want to learn more about Acrobat. Now we want to share another great resource to help elevate your Acrobat IQ—Adobe Acrobat X PDF Bible by bestselling author Ted Padova.  It’s full of useful, real-world tips that Padova gained from his own extensive use of Acrobat X on tight deadlines. 

The book covers a wide array of topics that are relevant for novice users such as the new interface, basic PDF conversion and Adobe Reader, as well as topics for more advanced users such as OCR, Guided Actions, prepress and accessibility features.

Here is a sneak-peak at some excerpts to give you a taste of what Adobe Acrobat X PDF Bible offers:

This book from Wiley publishing has long been a trusted Acrobat reference, and much like Acrobat, it keeps getting better with time!  It’s available for purchase now at bookstores and online.

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Comments

  • By Mark Buchanan - 5:27 AM on March 29, 2011  

    I noticed that some of the diagrams in the book are fuzzy. This is an issue that Acrobat needs to fix. No one should have to settle for fuzzy or blurry pictures! Thanks,

    Mark

    • By Adobe - 11:06 AM on April 4, 2011  

      Thanks for your feedback, we’ll pass it along to the publisher.