3. Saving and Printing Files

A document in your computer’s memory is impermanent; turn off the power and it’s gone. For your document to trot even a short distance down the sands of time, you need to be able to save it to disk and print it.

Acrobat lets you save your PDF documents to a remarkably wide variety of formats. If you need to convert a PDF file to a TIFF file or an EPS file, just select one of those formats when you save the file.

When you print a document, Acrobat gives you a lot of control over the details of how your document is placed on paper. You can even make a booklet out of your PDF file ...

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