13. Adding Multimedia To Your File

Up to now, we have been discussing documents that are, at root, replacements for printed documents; the pages we have worked with conceptually consist of marks on paper: text, line art, and images that can be reproduced on a printer.

However, in this modern, twenty-first century world of ours, documents are no longer static collections of ink marks. We increasingly expect that a document should include sound and video when appropriate.

Acrobat accommodates multimedia content perfectly well. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to embed movies, sounds, and Flash ...

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