LESSON 7 Combining Files in PDF Portfolios
Sharing your PDF Portfolio
A PDF Portfolio is a PDF ﬁle, so you can share it any way you’d share any other
PDF. You can simply save the ﬁle and transfer it to a recipient by email, on remov-
able media such as a CD or DVD, or by uploading it to a server or website.
However, Acrobat makes it even easier to share PDF Portfolios by email or by
posting them to Acrobat.com, a secure web-based service. In this lesson, you’ll
email the PDF Portfolio to yourself.
1 Click Share to open the Share pane.
2 In the Share pane, choose Attach To Email.
3 Conﬁrm that the Aquo Board Meeting.pdf ﬁle
is listed as the ﬁle to send.
4 Click Attach. Your default email application
opens, with a new message open. 周e PDF
Portfolio ﬁle is included as an attachment.
5 Type your email address in the To line, and add
a brief message and subject line.
6 Send the message.
Searching a PDF Portfolio
You can search for speciﬁc words in all the components of a PDF Portfolio,
even those that aren’t PDF ﬁles. You’ll search for a quote by a particular person.
1 Click in the Search box on the right
side of the PDF Portfolio toolbar.
2 Type Schneider to ﬁnd a quote by
the vice president of the company.
3 Click the binoculars icon (
周e search results appear below the
4 Click the listed document to expand it, and then click the instance that includes
the name “Schneider” to open the document and highlight the word.
5 Close the PDF Portfolio and any other open ﬁles.
must have an Adobe
ID (available free) to
download a ﬁle from
Acrobat.com. For details
about uploading a
PDF Portfolio ﬁle to
Acrobat.com, see Adobe
Acrobat X Help.
Note: Acrobat can
search any document
in a PDF Portfolio as
long as it can access
the document on that
computer. If you cannot
preview a PDF Portfolio
there is no supporting
you also cannot search
From the Library of Debbie Duff