Bring PDFs to Life with Adobe Presenter [VIDEO]

In a previous post, I blogged about how to embed an Adobe Captivate simulation in a PDF in order to supplement a static PDF and bring it to life using Rich Media.

Since then many people have asked if it’s possible to do the same using an Adobe Presenter project.

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The answer is yes, however the process is a bit more complicated because of the nature of an Adobe Presenter project. In other words, while Captivate publishes a single Flash file, Adobe Presenter publishes multiple files and thus the key to embedding a Presenter project is to consolidate all these files in Adobe Acrobat.

In case you are new to Adobe Presenter, here’s how we define it on adobe.com: “Adobe Presenter enables you to rapidly create high-impact Adobe Flash presentations and eLearning courses from PowerPoint.”

If you want to experience what is like to watch an Adobe Presenter presentation, I recently posted this how-to entitled Using the Acrobat.com plug-in for Outlook for Sharing Large files.

Enough said. In this short video (00:13:10), I go over the steps to properly embed an Adobe Presenter project in a PDF using Adobe Acrobat 9. Click the image below to launch the video in a new window.

 

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