Use PDF “Power Features” to Create Electronic Brochures That Come to Life
Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) has become the open de facto standard for electronic document distribution worldwide. Created with Adobe Acrobat® software, the universal PDF file format preserves all the fonts, formatting, graphics, and color of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it. And PDF files can be shared, viewed, navigated, and printed exactly as intended by anyone with free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. But there are many powerful features beyond the Adobe Acrobat basic feature set that you might not know about. Here are a few that can convert your printed marketing materials into interactive electronic brochures that come to life:
Enrich the marketing message with interactive elements
Acrobat enables you to add interactive buttons or show and hide graphics to add interest to a page. You can add movie and sound clips to transform a PDF document into a multimedia experience. Movies and sounds can be played when they are selected, or they can be assigned as actions so they play when a link, bookmark, or button is activated.
Add “Post It” comments, highlight copy
Acrobat enables you to add annotations and comments inside yellow “Post It” notes, which can be read double-clicking the note. Acrobat also enables you to add yellow highlighter effects to text and include “Confidential” stamps, or even your own custom stamps, within your document.
Acrobat enables you to bring your brochure to life by adding hyperlinks to your website, or other pages within the document itself.
Print consistently – even oversized pages
Acrobat enables you to tile areas of an oversized page for printed output. As a result, large documents such as posters or 11 x 17 spreads can be printed easily on standard 8.5 x 11 or A4 paper for review and proofing.
Secure your brochure: restrict printing and changes
The Acrobat Standard Security feature enables you to “lock” the document to block others from printing it or changing its contents.
Add password protection
Acrobat 5.0 supports 128-bit encryption, allowing you to control access to documents by assigning passwords using the highest level of protection possible.
Add digital signatures
Use Acrobat’s own digital signature capability to obtain an unalterable record of one approval, or a series of digital signature approvals. Acrobat also recognizes the most popular signature systems, such as VeriSign™.
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