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!
- 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.
- How to break a PDF into parts
Why send an entire PDF file when you only want to email one or two pages?
- How to edit PDF files
Still uncertain how to edit PDF files? Then this tip is for you.
- 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.
- 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!
- 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!
- 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!
- 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.