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Adobe Acrobat's Dictionary on Demand
Did you know that Adobe Acrobat (since version 6.0) provides a convenient dictionary at your disposal?
If you are connected to the Internet while working in Acrobat, you can easily look up the meaning of any word in a text object. Here's how:
Simply select the word you want to look up with the text tool and right-click (Windows) or control-click (Mac), then choose Look Up "selected word." Acrobat will then launch your web browser and the meaning of the word you selected will be displayed.
by Doug Sahlin
There's so much more to Acrobat than the application that pops up when you double click a file with a PDF extension. This guide can show anyone, regardless of their prior experience with Acrobat or desktop publishing, how to create and publish PDF documents quickly and effectively. It covers the differences between Acrobat Standard and Acrobat Pro, and shows readers how to capture web pages and save them. Learn how and why major corporations, software manufacturers, and businesses use the full version of Acrobat to create and publish documents for electronic distribution.