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Adobe Acrobat 7 in the Office by Donna L. Baker

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Chapter 4. Creating an Interactive Map

A full-featured PDF document—that is, one containing a navigation structure—more closely resembles a Web page than a simple document. Within a PDF document, you can add buttons, links, and bookmarks, providing a path for your users to make their way through your document.

Unlike a Web page, which sometimes can contain broken links or images that don’t load, a PDF document maintains its appearance and integrity at all times, making Acrobat 7 a great option for creating a wide variety of structured documents.

In the project in this chapter, you’ll see how to create an interactive “map.” The interactive part comes from the various buttons used to display pop-up images and text. You’ll learn how to draw the buttons ...

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