How to attach things to PDF files

Is it possible to attach things to a PDF?

 

Adobe Acrobat 6 Professional enables you to attach a file to a PDF document.

Here is how:

Step1.

On the View menu, point to Toolbars and select Advanced Commenting.

The Advanced Commenting toolbar is displayed.

 

Step2.

Click the Attach File button.
The pointer changes shape to a pin shape [

 

 

Step3.

Click at the location in the document where you want to place the attachment.
The Select file to attach dialog box is displayed.

 

Step4.

Browse to select the file you want to attach and click Select.
The File Attachment Properties dialog box is displayed.

Step5.

An attachment icon is a visual indicator of an attachment in the PDF document. A user can double-click the attachment icon to view the attached file. Select an icon shape from the Icon list. You can select from four icon shapes: Graph, Paperclip, Attachment, and Tag. You can use the Color fly-out menu to specify the icon color, and the Opacity slider to set the transparency of the icon.

 

Step6.

Click Close to close the File Attachment Properties dialog box.
Acrobat attaches the specified file to the PDF document.

 

Step7.

Click Save on the File menu to save the changes to the document.

 

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http://www.advancedpdfconverter.com/

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