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Creating a Rubric as an Interactive PDF
This tutorial shows you how to use Adobe Acrobat Pro to add interactive elements to a rubric: •check boxes for recording information, •an automatically calculated score, and •a submit button to send a copy of the completed PDF form to your email. The first step shows you how to convert a rubric created in Microsoft Word into a PDF, though you could use any word processing program capable of exporting to PDF. This activity comes from the Adobe Professional Development Workshop, "Assessing Creativity in Today’s Classroom."
Creating an InDesign Portfolio for print, PDF, and the iPad
Discover how you can display your work in beautiful ways with Adobe InDesign CS6. Learn how to start creating a portfolio for print and prepare to adapt your portfolio for PDF, interactive PDF, and the iPad. Utilize the example portfolio assets to begin creating your own portfolio.
Publishing Print and Interactive PDF Portfolios
Learn how to prepare your InDesign portfolio for print publication and export a PDF. Add interactive elements like transitions, buttons, and audio and video and create an interactive PDF. Utilize the example portfolio assets provided to follow along with this tutorial and create your own portfolio