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  • Expert in Adobe Acrobat(pdf)

    Hello:Can anyone help me to learn how to manipulate slides for my pdf presentation.I want to start a new pdf presentation using the first page & info page/last page of my current, in addition needing to re-arrange my pages. I found a link on youtube that I thought would work but I am not having any such luck how to make these changes.I am using vista and not sure why training tutorials are not working.Thank you for any assistance.

  • #2
    Have you got Acrobat Reader or Acrobat Professional?

    "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott


    • #3
      adobe reader.


      • #4

        Grab the page thumbnail and move it where you want.

        "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott


        • #5
          Yup. Tip: to duplicate a page, hold down Ctrl (Cmnd) while dragging.


          • #6
            alright I'm going 4 it now...wish me luck.


            • #7
              Okay, I'm stuck I am following directions from this page


              I got up to #2 now in the options menu I don't see anyting indicating page properities my only choices are: print, reduce or enlarge??? how do I get the page prop. box 2 open?


              • #8
                I thought you wanted to move pages around????

                "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott


                • #9
                  Yes Eugenetyson you are correct. I am merely trying to follow the steps that were sent to me via link.


                  • #10
                    Ok, i see what the problem is for some reason I'm not seeing 'navigation panels' I've tried F4 as well as view = nav panels = pages - which is clicked but only the thumb nails of my slides show I don't see anything else on the left side 4 me to choose from and i'm thinking that is why i can't do any action with my slides.

                    So whatever else i need 2 use 2 switch my slides around I have no access in order to do so...I also notice in help doc the slides show up with various numbers on the MAIN page on mine I'm only able 2 view just one slide at a time so I'm one BIG picture of current slide.

                    What am i doing wrong now?

                    Also, we're about to get hit with a major thunder storms so i might loose power for some time...if so i will check back when able.


                    • #11
                      Alright so I have now figured out how 2 make each slide show as individual slides with their indicated numbers however, its showing on the left hand side via my document vs in the center page as in the tutorial guide.

                      Also, I notice I am missing the 'create page thumbnail' symbol which is the diamond looking image.

                      Also when I click on pages to go to 'properities' my choices are only:

                      print, reduce & enlarge - I currently have it set to 'reduce' so i can see all thumbnails with corresponding numbers and yes, I have one slide highlighted first.

                      Why am i not able to pull up 'properties' as its not even indicating a option in order to do so - how can i manually pull it up?


                      • #12
                        Are you trying to edit content in your pdf? or just shuffle some pages around?
                        Design is not decoration.


                        • #13
                          First I want to shuffle some pages around.

                          Next task start a new slide using my cover sheet & last page which is my information page from current presentation.


                          • #14
                            The problem I am having is the properties dialogue box isn't giving me a option, its not even indicated when I click on 'menu.'


                            • #15
                              what option are you looking for? It kind of sounds like you are following a tutorial for acrobat professional and not reader though
                              Design is not decoration.


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