We found ourselves tinkering with this new feature the most -- and having fun with it.
You can create an interactive portfolio that presents your PDF files, other documents, and media files (pictures, audio and video) in an animated menu, where users scroll through thumbnails of these elements, and can click on them to read or experience.
Acrobat X Pro comes with five pre-built templates. One arranges thumbnails of your documents and files along the bottom, and others in a grid or scattered layout. We took a liking to the "Wave" template. It scrolls through the thumbnails in a wavy motion.
The background, colors and font of these templates can be customized to your liking, and you can create your own portfolio templates from scratch, or import ones made by others.
The obvious business use for this would be to create proposals that include charts, pictures, concept art and video clips. But we found this feature could also be used to create personal, fun PDFs filled with multimedia -- like family albums, scrapbooks, and picture books.
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