LESSON 3 Creating Adobe PDF Files
At any time, you can add or remove folders from the automatic archival process
using the Add and Delete buttons in the Automatic Archival tab of the Acrobat
PDFMaker dialog box. You can change the name and/or location of the archive
ﬁle using the Change Archival File button in this same dialog box.
11 When you are ﬁnished, close any open PDF ﬁles, and close Outlook or
Converting web pages to Adobe PDF
You can convert or “capture” an entire web page or several levels of a multipage
website. From Internet Explorer, you can also capture only selected content on a
web page. You can deﬁne a page layout, set display options for fonts and other visual
elements, and create bookmarks for web pages that you convert to Adobe PDF. 周e
HTML ﬁle and all associated ﬁles—such as JPEG images, cascading style sheets, text
ﬁles, image maps, and forms—are included in the conversion process, so the result-
ing PDF behaves much like the original web page.
Because converted web pages are in Adobe PDF, you can easily save them, print
them, email them to others, or archive them for your own use.
Setting Acrobat preferences
You can set the Acrobat Internet preferences to determine how Acrobat converts
1 In Acrobat, choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Acrobat > Preferences
(Mac OS), and select Internet from the categories on the left. By default, several
Internet preference options are automatically selected.
Display PDF In Browser displays any PDF document opened from the web
inside the browser window. If this option is not selected, PDF documents
open in a separate Acrobat window.
Display In Read Mode By Default displays PDF ﬁles without toolbars or
panes, so that all that appears is a semi-transparent ﬂoating toolbar when
you move your mouse over the lower area of the PDF ﬁle. If you deselect this
option, PDF ﬁles open with toolbars and panes.
Allow Fast Web View downloads PDF documents for viewing on the web one
page at a time. If this option is not selected, the entire PDF ﬁle downloads
before it is displayed.
From the Library of Debbie Duff