With some of the new features we've been adding to Tizra, it's now possible to create much richer more interactive experiences just by using features that are already part of the PDF format. To help with that, we created a new PDF prep guide. It's packed with detailed, illustrated step-by-steps on some of the more advanced features of Adobe Acrobat. You'll not only learn how to get more out of Tizra, but how to do more with PDF as well! A few highlights...
|These PDF Bookmarks become the|
Table of Contents headings in Tizra.
|These Hyperlinks in Tizra's PDF Guide display in the|
online content reader and allow readers to quickly jump to
other sections of the help documentation.
Our PDF Guide walks you through creating hyperlinks to websites, digital files and other pages within the same PDF and also teaches you how to format the PDF text to look like a hyperlink, so that when your users are inside your online content, they'll know there's something extra to link to. Finally, we show you how to test those hyperlinks and make sure they're working properly.
For example, a publisher who sells to schools where teachers assign digital reading using printed page numbers would benefit from setting up Logical Page numbers in their PDFs. Publishers who want their
|Logical Page numbers allow users to navigate to |
the printed page numbers (vs. the digital),
and even allow navigation to Roman numerals.
These are just a few of the topics covered, so take a look! We hope you'll find the guide useful, whether or not you use Tizra to deliver your PDFs.