Package PDF files
Access this from the File menu or toolbar. This lets you select a set of
files and have their copies grouped in a single PDF package file. Any non-
PDF files you select enter the package as PDF files. To include non-PDF
files in a package in their original format, open a package, open a PDF
inside it, and attach these files. You can add a cover page to the package.
Online help explains how different PDF programs let you use and
unpack received packages.
Place files in an Envelope
This is similar to packaging files, but in this case the files become
attachments to the enclosing PDF and keep their original file types.
An envelope file acts as a cover page.
PDF Professional lets you archive selected e-mails and e-mail inbox
folders. You can choose to create a single PDF from each message,
merge all selected archive items into one PDF (each message
will be bookmarked inside it), or package the selected items. Message
attachments keep their original file types.
The following features are provided only in the Enterprise
edition, along with Enterprise documentation for network
Document Management Systems
DMS support is provided for file input and storage for iManage,
Hummingbird and LiveLink. See System Requirements in online Help.
New legal stamps and clipart are available, along with Bates stamping
and CaseMap support for legal offices. Choose Inspect Document in the
Document menu to select items to be removed from a file, such as
comments, bookmarks, hidden text or sensitive metadata like the
author's name or the file history.