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Old 05-18-2011, 07:11 AM   #1
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We are shifting our emphasis from major dedicated systems to more flexible methods. As a result I'm looking for a manual/book/reference for Acobat 9 Pro. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 05-24-2011, 02:13 AM   #2
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We are shifting our emphasis from major dedicated systems to more flexible methods.
You're moving from systems designed to do one job to systems designed to do lots of jobs?

Can you provide some information? Is this prepress? What is your workflow?

There's Adobe's own "Adobe Acrobat 9: The Official Training Workbook from Adobe Systems (Classroom in a Book)"

Adobe's own help files are pretty thorough, too.
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thnx for the Official Training Workbook. We are actually keeping a proprietary system, and I'm interweaving pdfs into the flow. All pages are the same size, or at least go onto the same size printing plate. Our tabs are paired to match the broadsheet.
We are looking for quick and easy ways to accept outside pdfs and drop them into our workflow. For instance, recently we purchased Better File Renamer. We use it to rename outside work so it meets the codes for our ink presets (presetting the volume of ink at each nozzle on press.)
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