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Adobe® Acrobat® 8 PDF Bible by Ted Padova

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Chapter 27. PDFs and the Web

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Viewing Web-hosted PDFs

  • Working with Web links

  • Exporting PDFs to HTML

Throughout this book, I address using PDFs on the Web. As I discussed in Chapter 7, you can download selected Web pages or entire Web sites and have all the HTML pages converted to PDF. In Acrobat 6 and greater you can convert media, animation, and sound to PDFs with the animated pages appearing the same in Acrobat viewers as when you see them on Web sites.

In Chapter 20, I discussed comments and, in Chapter 21, I covered online reviews. Coming ahead in Chapter 30, I talk about eBooks and downloading books as Digital Editions. In Chapter 34, I talk about submitting form data. And in other chapters, you find similar discussions on Acrobat PDFs hosted online. In short, the Web plays a major role with much of your Acrobat activity. In this chapter, I cover more about using PDFs online for viewing in Web browsers and linking to PDF views on Web sites.

Setting Up the Environment

To accomplish the tasks in this chapter, you use other authoring applications and set preferences for Acrobat viewers to accommodate viewing PDFs in Web browsers. When creating links and form fields in PDFs designed for Web viewing, you need to open several toolbars.

Open the More Tools window by opening a context menu on the Acrobat Toolbar window and select More Tools or select Tools

Setting Up the Environment

When the toolbars are ...

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