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Checking accessibility

Use the Quick Check accessibility checker to check for document structure tags, searchable text, and appropriate security settings for accessibility. For more information, go to this topic on the Adobe website: Checking the accessibility of PDFs.

Navigation areas for PDF packages

Navigation areas for PDF packages

When you open a PDF package, two unique areas appear:
PDF package navigation bar

Located immediately below the toolbars area. Look here for the Cover Sheet button , buttons that hide or set the orientation of the list of component documents, buttons for moving to the next or previous component document, and an Options menu with commands for viewing, editing, and using the PDF package.


List of component documents

By default, located between the PDF package navigation bar and the document pane, but can be hidden or displayed vertically, to the left of the navigation pane. Selecting a component file in the list opens it in the document pane.


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Quickstart: Start a meeting

Quickstart: Start a meeting

If you have an Adobe Acrobat Connect account, you can start a meeting to review PDFs in a web browser. You can also create a trial account to start a meeting.

Note: Acrobat Connect is not available in all languages.
  1. Click Start Meeting  in the Tasks toolbar.
  2. Click Log In, and then type your Meeting URL, login, and password. (Or click Create Trial Account and follow the on-screen instructions.)
  3. Click Send An E-mail Invitation or Share My Screen.
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About the Properties toolbar

About the Properties toolbar

The Properties toolbar looks like any other toolbar and can be moved, docked, or floated in the same way. It also contains buttons and can be hidden or displayed by choosing it by name from the View > Toolbars menu.

The buttons in the Properties toolbar display properties of the currently selected tool or object. Unlike buttons in most toolbars, the buttons in the Properties toolbar can