Re: Acrobat Link Question (more)

Subject: Re: Acrobat Link Question (more)
From: Shlomo Perets <mtype -at- netvision -dot- net -dot- il>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 19:10:00 +0200



Sandra,

More on how to display the definitions in popup windows in the PDF:

You can create rollover popups manually in Acrobat - even though
it may be impractical if the PDF has to be recreated frequently or
if you have many activating areas/popups.

The following article by Teri Patrick, originally published in Adobe
Magazine, has a step-by-step instructions (valid for Acrobat 4 and 5
as well):
"PDFs Talk Back: How to Create Interactive Forms in Acrobat Exchange 3.0"
http://www.digipubs.com/Articles/pdfforms.pdf

With Acrobat JavaScript, introduced in Acrobat 4 and significantly
enhanced in Acrobat 5, there are additional ways to handle popups,
providing more power/controls.

The demo I pointed to in my previous message was authored entirely
in FrameMaker and distilled with no post-conversion operations
in Acrobat, relying on the TimeSavers+Form Assistant add-on.
(source FM file is available in the Showcase section at www.microtype.com).


Shlomo Perets

MicroType * http://www.microtype.com
FrameMaker, Acrobat training & consulting * FM-to-Acrobat TimeSavers/Assistants




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