Adding Interactive 3D Models in Technical Documentation

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Learn how to leverage existing 3D models in your technical documentation. See how to take advantage of the powerful 3D Reviewer in Acrobat 9 Pro Extended to view, edit, and insert interactive 3D models into PDF files created in FrameMaker.
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