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February 13, 2014

Happy 8th Birthday, Acrobat User Community!

Well, we are just brimming with good feeling: not only is it Valentine’s Day (which I observe annually as “Chocolate For Breakfast” day), but it was on this day in 2006 that the Acrobat User Community was born. For the past 8 years, the AUC has been bringing us excellent Acrobat-specific tutorials, tips from dedicated Acrobat experts, and vibrant, helpful conversations in the user forums. We thought we’d take a minute today to offer up a little paean to our friends over at AcrobatUsers.com by highlighting 8 of their most-loved Acrobat tutorials – one for every year the site’s been around. Happy birthday, Acrobat User Community, and thanks for all the great stuff you’ve given us over the years!

  1. How to edit text in a PDF file
    We love that you can fix a typo, change a font and even add new text—all without leaving Acrobat.
  2. How to break a PDF into parts
    Why send an entire PDF file when you only want to email one or two pages?
  3. How to edit PDF files
    Still uncertain how to edit PDF files? Then this tip is for you.
  4. How to add page numbers at the bottom of PDF files
    Don’t know how to add page numbers to your  files once you’ve already converted to PDF? No worries.
  5. How to convert PDF to Work, Excel or PowerPoint
    Remember the “good old days” when you had to retype a PDF because you didn’t have the original source doc? Well, thank goodness those days are gone!
  6. How to sign PDF files electronically
    Do yourself a favor today: learn how to sign PDF files electronically. It’s fast. It’s green. It might even start an office romance!
  7. How to edit images in PDF files
    It’s hard to believe anything could be this simple, but it really, really is: Just click the image you want to edit and the tool you need appears in the editing panel. Sweet!
  8. How to edit a scanned PDF file
    The important thing to remember about editing scanned PDF is no matter what your original source document, a scanned PDF is just an image, not editable text. Here’s how to fix that.
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