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How to create a searchable text document from a scanned page
Show: Acrobat X Tips & Tricks
In this tutorial you'll learn how to turn your scanned documents into searchable PDF files, so you can easily search and edit the PDF file using Acrobat X or XI Std. or Pro.
Video Interview with IDC
Show: Acrobat IT Tips
New Adobe-commissioned IDC white paper identifies opportunities for increasing information worker productivity. In this video, featuring the lead analyst and author of the study, Melissa Webster, hear about some of the research highlights and findings that impact IT and the organizations they support.
How to edit a scanned PDF file
In this tutorial, learn the easiest way to edit a PDF file that originated from a scanned document. This multi-step process involves running Text Recognition (OCR) on your scanned document first and then using the new Content Editing panel tools in Acrobat XI.
Getting Started: The Basics of Editing a PDF Document
Show: Learn Acrobat X
This video details how to edit text and graphics in your PDF file using the new Content Panel in Acrobat X Pro.
Acrobat: Adding Table Headers With Table Editor
Show: Accessibility @ Adobe
If your PDF contains data tables, ensure that they have table headers defined, as those table headers allow screen reader users to understand tabular cell contents more easily. Acrobat 9 Professional's Table Editor can assist in this.