Adobe Premiere HelpUsing Help
About online Help
Adobe Systems, Inc. provides complete documentation in the Adobe PDF Help system. The Help system includes information on all the tools, commands, and features for bothWindows and Mac OS. The PDF format is designed for easy navigation online, and supportfor third-party screen readers compatible with Windows. The Help can also be printed as adesktop reference.
Navigating in Help
The Help will open in an Acrobat window with the bookmark pane open. If the bookmark pane is not open choose Window > Bookmarks. You can also navigate using thenavigation bar, the index, or search the document.At the top and bottom of each page is a navigation bar. Click Using Help to return to thisintroduction. Clicking Contents, or Index will take you to that section. The Next Page and the Previous Page arrows let you move through the pagessequentially. Click Back to return to the last page you viewed. You can also use thenavigation arrows in the Acrobat toolbar.
Using bookmarks, the table of contents, the index, and Find
The contents of Help are shown as bookmarks in the bookmark pane. To view subtopics,click the plus sign next to a bookmark. Each bookmark is a hyperlink to the associatedsection of the Help document. To go to the information, click its bookmark. As the information is displayed in thedocument pane, its bookmark is highlighted.You can turn highlighting on or off by selecting the Highlight Current Bookmark optionfrom the bookmark pane menu.
To ﬁnd a topic using the table of contents:1
Click Contents in the navigation bar at the top or bottom of any page.
Click a topic on the Contents page to move to the ﬁrst page of that topic.
In the bookmark pane, expand the topic to see its subtopics.
To ﬁnd a topic using the index:1
Click Index in the navigation bar at the top or bottom of any page.
Click the appropriate letter at the top of the page.You can also expand the Index bookmark, and click the letter in the bookmark pane.
Locate your entry, and click the page number link to view the information.
To view multiple entries, click Back to return to the same place in the index.