Creating a PDF from a Web Page in Acrobat XI

by Allisa Carter on November 25, 2012

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With the hol­i­day sea­son upon us, I’d like to take this moment to give thanks for…. Adobe Acro­bat! Just think of how much bet­ter life is with PDF files: They are com­pletely portable between plat­forms and pro­grams; your graph­ics, lay­outs, and fonts are pre­served; and they sup­port inter­ac­tive ele­ments. Need I say more? Well, there is more — in the form of many more new fea­tures in Adobe Acro­bat XI, and Chad Che­lius is here to tell you all about it in his new course Acro­bat XI Work­shop. You’ll learn how to become a PDF mas­ter using pow­er­ful new fea­tures like enhanced text– and image-​​editing capa­bil­i­ties, sup­port for web forms and elec­tronic sig­na­tures, and improved com­pat­i­bil­ity with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

In this work­shop, Chad shows you mul­ti­ple ways to cre­ate a PDF file, as well as how to nav­i­gate a PDF and add book­marks and links. You’ll also learn cool tricks for shar­ing PDF files, using the Form­s­Cen­tral appli­ca­tion, and col­lab­o­rat­ing with oth­ers. In this free les­son, Chad demon­strates how to cre­ate a PDF from a web page — which is mighty use­ful for sav­ing a web page to view while trav­el­ing or putting a page into another doc­u­ment. You’ll avoid some poten­tially frus­trat­ing pit­falls, thanks to some timely tips. Take a look!

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