Create PDF Portfolios in Adobe Acrobat - Instructions: An overview, instructions, and video lesson about creating PDF portfolios in Acrobat Pro. Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Quick start guide. Combine files into a PDF Portfolio with. Adobe® Acrobat® XI Pro. Assemble a wide range of content—including web. A. PDF Portfolio toolbar B. Component files and folders in the left navigation pane C. Previous and Next (arrow).
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Adobe Acrobat allows you to easily create and edit PDF Portfolio. You can also view a portfolio in Details or Preview File mode. Creating a PDF Portfolio is as simple as combining files. In Adobe Acrobat, you no longer need to have Flash Played installed on your system. We are using Adobe Acrobat DC on Windows 7 Enterprise to create PDF Portfolios. Once Flash Player is no longer supported, we intend to.
You no longer need the Flash Player installed on your system to create or view portfolios. You can easily create folders within your PDF Portfolio, delete component files and folders, edit component filenames, and add and edit descriptions of component files. Create a basic PDF Portfolio in a few quick steps. Alternatively, choose an option from the Add Files menu. You can add a file, folder of files, pages from a scanner, web page, or items in the clipboard.
If it is a PDF file, then the file is opened in the document area where you can work on it like any other PDF document.
Else, if the file is non-PDF, then it is opened in its native application. Once you make changes in the component file and save it, the newer content is made available in the PDF Portfolio.
Layout Preview mode shows the preview of the component file in the PDF Portfolio depending on the type of file.
For information about each type of preview, see Portfolio view modes. Details or Files mode shows the file details in a list. You can click a column name to sort by ascending and descending order. This mode provides a better reading experience for people with disabilities—such as mobility impairments, blindness, and low vision. Portfolio view modes You can view the component files in two different ways — Layout or Preview mode and Details or Files mode.
In Layout mode, the component files list is presented in the left navigation pane, as shown in the preceding figure. In Details mode, the component files list is presented immediately below the secondary toolbar, as shown in the following screenshot: Viewing a PDF Portfolio in Details or File modes In both the views, you can preview images and pages, play video and SWF files.
However, in the Details view you can also view information about a file. You can extract move a file to your computer.
You can also open a file in its native application if installed on your computer. The Platform preview mode is also available where a full-size preview within the document window is shown.
To close Platform preview, click the Close Preview X icon after the filename in the secondary toolbar. Click the X button to close the Platform Preview mode. For more information, see Reduce file size by saving. For more information, see Securing documents with passwords.
Functionality you specify in the Cover Sheet pertains to the entire collection of component files in the PDF Portfolio. Note: Other security features, including certificate security, are also available for PDF Portfolios and component files.
For more information, see Choosing a security method for PDFs. Print Prints component documents. You can link to websites or embed video tags. Linking to web content is useful when you want to reduce the file size of the PDF Portfolio. Enter a filename and description for the web content that gets added to your PDF Portfolio.
This web file links to the web content you specify. For example, a website could include an Embed box that shows the code and other embedding options.
SWF files and mp3. You can also convert these files to PDF if they are encoded in H.
If you delete a folder, all of the files within it are deleted from the PDF Portfolio. You can also extract one or more components from the PDF Portfolio and save them separately. Adobe Acrobat User Guide.
Select an article: Applies to: Create a basic PDF Portfolio in a few quick steps. Add files and folders to a PDFPortfolio.
You can add content to an existing PDF Portfolio. From an open PDF Portfolio , do any of the following: To create a folder, click the Create Folder icon in the secondary toolbar.