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Acrobat 5: Hands on Training (Lynda Weinman's hands-on training) Paperback – 15 Oct 2002


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Garrick Chow is an instructor at the Lynda.com training facility in Ojai, CA. He also teaches on site at private corporations and state and federal agencies across the country. Garrick has developed training courses for Lynda.com as well as DigitalSunrise Learning Centers, a training company based in Harrisburg, PA, where Garrick currently resides.

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
A great way to learn. 5 Feb 2003
By C. William Anderson @theseinspire - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Until I stumbled onto Acrobat 5 H O T (Hands On Training) I had thought the most helpful training books for the Adobe series were the Classroom In A Book series.
I found the authors Garrick Chow and Lynda Weinman to have found an excellent way to get the salient points succinctly put, particularly using the short movies to highlight certain features.
Although I remain a devotee of CIB methods, my library will include the HOT books for all complex software.
Until I purchased Acrobat 5 HOT I had no full appreciation for the capabilities and ease of use of Acrobat.
Chapters 8 through 11, Forms; Indexing and Searching; Document Security; and Creating an Interactive Multimedia Presentation, proved to be the most valuable chapters for me as I have started producing a newsletter for game and small livestock farming and intend to make it net-savvy. Without Acrobat the task would be impossible. Without this book, too daunting.
This book is a must for any one-person e-zine publisher.
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