Adobe Systems Incorporated provides complete documentation in an Adobe PDF-basedhelp system. This help system includes information on all tools, commands, and featuresof an application. It is designed for easy on-screen navigation and can also be printed andused as a desktop reference. Additionally, it supports third-party screen-reader applica-tions that run in a Windows environment.
Navigating in Help
Help opens in an Adobe Acrobat window with the Bookmarks pane open. (If theBookmarks pane is not open, click the Bookmarks tab at the left edge of the window.) Atthe top and bottom of each page is a navigation bar containing links to this page (UsingHelp), the table of contents (Contents), and the index (Index). To move through pages sequentially, you can click the Next Page and the PreviousPage arrows; click the navigation arrows at the bottom of the page; or click Back toreturn to the last page you viewed.You can navigate Help topics by using bookmarks, the table of contents, the index, or theSearch (Acrobat 6) or Find (Acrobat 5) command.
To ﬁnd a topic using bookmarks:1
n the Bookmarks pane, click the plus sign (+) (Windows) or the right-facing arrow (MacOS) next to a bookmark topic to view its subtopics.
lick the bookmark to go to that topic.
To ﬁnd a topic using the table of contents:1
lick Contents in the navigation bar.
On the Contents page, click a topic to go to that topic.
To view a list of subtopics, click the plus sign (+) (Windows) or the right-facing arrow(Mac OS) next to the topic name in the Bookmarks pane.
To ﬁnd a topic using the index:1
o one of the following:
Click Index in the navigation bar, and then click a letter at the top of the page.
n the Bookmarks pane, expand the Index bookmark to view the letter subtopics; thenclick a letter.
Locate the entry you want to view, and click the page number to go to that topic.
To view other entries for the same topic, click Back to return to the same place in theindex, and then click another page number.