Posts Tagged PDF

Convert files to PDF using Adobe Reader X

While you, the technical communicator, can always convert documents and digital assets to PDF using the Adobe PDF Printer that ships with Technical Communication Suite; let us explore an alternate way of creating quality PDFs that your marcomm colleagues can put to good use. “What software would they need to install first?”, you ask. Only Adobe Reader X, which is a free download from Adobe.com…

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Review and collaboration in Adobe RoboHelp 9

Tweet In his recent post on industry trends, challenges, and Adobe RoboHelp 9, Ankur Jain (Product Manager, RoboHelp) lists eight workflow solutions that RoboHelp 9 offers. The first of them is the review and collaboration workflow. Let’s see how this workflow can benefit today’s writing departments, which are lean yet expansive. While writers are the […]

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Interactive 3D models in PDF documents

Tweet A picture is worth a thousand words. How much would an interactive 3D Model be worth? See this sample 3D_Model PDF to help you decide. Universal 3D is a compressed file format for 3D computer graphics data, and Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader have support embedding and viewing these 3D models for some time […]

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Enable PDF text edits for text embedded in a screenshot

Consider you have to complete a UI content review for the product you work on. Wouldn’t things be easier if you could use Acrobat text-edit-markup features to highlight the relevant content embedded in images?

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FrameMaker: Crucial considerations for generating PDF files

The options that you need to specify while generating PDF files from FrameMaker documents…

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PDF Portfolios using Acrobat

Tweet Technical Documents don’t exist in isolation. As we are all aware, the norm of the industry is documentation sets. A documentation set contains multiple documents, each with different pagination, formats, page sizes, and any other complexities that you can add to the mix. The only factor that unifies these documents is that they are […]

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