PDF Portfolios: Check Out Some Great Examples or Submit Your Own
Acrobat 9 PDF Portfolios are an easy, engaging way to share your work with others. Using PDF Portfolios, you can quickly combine a wide range of content, give it a customized, unified look, and share it broadly and securely. There are some great examples of PDF Portfolios on the Adobe PDF Showcase page.
One of my favorites is the portfolio that goes over the features of Acrobat 9 itself. It begins with a video baked right into the portfolio, and moves to an overview of Acrobat 9 where the viewer is given a snapshot of each of the product’s highlights, again via video. Pretty cool – more like a movie than a collection of PDF files!
Many of our active users have already embraced the power of PDF Portfolios. In fact, there is a new collaboration exchange showcase on AcrobatUsers.com. The PDF Portfolio Exchange showcases real-world examples of PDF Portfolio templates and layouts that you can download and start using immediately. You just download a template and add your own files or download a PDF Portfolio Layout (which is a .NAV file), install it and create a new PDF Portfolio from scratch.
If you have created a PDF Portfolio template or layout you’d be willing to share with the community, you can do that too, here.
PDF is everywhere, with about 150 million on the web today and countless PDF files in use internally by governments and businesses around the world. Acrobat 9 PDF Portfolios help combine and integrate these files in a way that makes it easy to consume, providing a whole new way to share information and make your message truly stand out.
Lori DeFurio, Group Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat Solutions