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Title: Creating files and forms with Adobe Acrobat


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Creating files and forms with Adobe Acrobat
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Components of Acrobat
  • Acrobat Reader
  • Free download
  • Can only read files and fill in forms
  • Exists as browser plug-in or full application

Adobes web site
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Components of Acrobat
  • PDFwriter
  • Creates .pdf files with printer metaphor -
  • Included with some applications a long time ago
  • Not very good

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Components of Acrobat
  • Acrobat
  • Needed to convert image files to .pdf, edit
    files, create forms
  • Includes Acrobat Distiller
  • Printer metaphor to create .pdfs from all
    applications

How to buy
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Components of Acrobat
  • Several versions of Acrobat
  • Standard
  • Create and modify files, can save filled-in
    forms, but not create them
  • Professional
  • Can also create forms

How to buy
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Components of Acrobat
  • Acrobat Capture
  • Optical Character Recognition
  • Smaller, searchable files from paper originals
  • Tries to recreate page layout
  • Separate purchase
  • 219 from educational software vendors. Not
    available from WISC
  • Really only for large volume

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Criteria for Acrobat files
  • Smallest possible file size
  • Sharp as possible on the screen
  • Sharp as possible printed
  • Self contained file

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Bitmapped or object oriented

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Bitmapped or object oriented
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Bitmapped
  • Memory intensive
  • File size depends on
  • Number of colors
  • Resolution
  • Size
  • File format

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Bitmapped
  • .jpg for photos
  • .gif for graphics
  • Scanned or digital camera images
  • Quality degraded if enlarged
  • Giant files if too hi-res

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Object oriented
  • Small file sizes
  • Scalable
  • Charts, graphs, most imported clip art
  • .wmf, .pct



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Bitmapped or object oriented
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Text
Created in a text program
Scanned
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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.pdf from a file youve created
  • Text is searchable copyable
  • User doesn't need original application
  • Document looks on screen and prints exactly as
    original

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.pdf from a file youve created
  • All fonts can be included
  • critical if using equations or musical programs
  • Formatting remains exact even if cross platform
  • File size much smaller than scanned image if no
    images in document
  • Usually smaller even with images

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.pdf from a file youve created
  • Type and object oriented graphics are scalable.
  • Stay sharp even if enlarged
  • Print as sharp as original
  • All graphics are included in one file.

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Preparing a file for .pdf
  • Scan any color or grey scale images you wish to
    insert as medium quality JPEGS at 125 dots per
    inch.

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Scanning from inside Acrobat
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Scanning with HP Precisionscan Lite.
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