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Adobe PDF - reading PDFs with PDFaloud

This sheet covers PDFaloud 3.0 which until November 2011 was available from Learning and Teaching Scotland for 295 for a site licence.

Updated: August 2011

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Adobe Reader 9

To read a PDF on your computer you usually use Adobe Reader. Adobe Reader is a free program and you can get versions for Windows, Mac or Linux computers.

Updated: August 2011

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Adobe Reader 9 interactive worksheets - how to access them

Quick Instructions.

Updated: August 2011

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Adobe Reader 9 Study Tools

As you read through a digital book, you can use the Comment and Markup Toolbar to help you make notes and highlight key facts. You can also use drawing tools to add notes, diagrams and graphs.

Updated: August 2011

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Creating interactive resources with Adobe Acrobat Professional

Pupils who have difficulty reading paper materials or writing answers can use digital versions instead, and this quick guide discusses some methods for making these resources.

Updated: August 2002

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Making Accessible PDFs

A brief guide.

Updated: August 2009

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Scanning and OCR with Acrobat Pro 9

Acrobat Pro 9 has a built-in tool for scanning and converting paper documents into PDF.

Updated: July 2011

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Switch access to Adobe Reader books

Using switches to turn the pages in Adobe Reader.

Updated: September 2008

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Switch access to Adobe Reader with a Crick Switch Box

Using switches with a Crick Switch Box to turn the pages in Adobe Reader.

Updated: September 2008

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