Re: Tips on an Acrobat Documentation project

Subject: Re: Tips on an Acrobat Documentation project
From: Dan Emory <danemory -at- primenet -dot- com>
To: R Kar <Ramonakar -at- worldnet -dot- att -dot- net>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 05 Jun 2000 17:56:06 -0700

At 04:52 PM 6/5/00 -0500, R Kar wrote:

Hi Folks,

I am doing a student documentation project on Adobe Acrobat (version 4).
I will be documenting basic functions of this program for an audience of
technical communication students.
e.g. Creating a PDF, Building a Table of Contents (bookmarks), Adding links and
I would appreciate any tips/information that will help me in my task analysis
for these functions.
I also need input on any problems you've experienced with the above functions.
If you are a student and have worked with Acrobat, which functions of this
program did you find most useful?
Well, to give you some confidence, you couldn't do any worse
than the on-line docs that Adobe produces for Acrobat.
When it comes to producing PDFs for complex documents,
the devil is in the details, and Adobe doesn't provide any
(details that is) in its documentation.
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