Here’s something that’s been in the back of my mind for a couple of weeks, but it hasn’t been pressing enough to really dig into research. So I’m going to be lazy and throw the question out here.
If you take a document from Word or whatever and convert it to a PDF, Adobe Acrobat can then do some great things with it (and I mean really great things; browse this book sometime, and you’ll be amazed at what you can do with Acrobat). You can create hotspots that hyperlink to Web sites, add video, specify articles within larger documents, add bookmarks, etc.
But what happens when you have to change the source document? You make a change in Word, reprint to Acrobat Distiller, and you now have a brand new PDF. You have to do all the post processing all over again.
So, my question is: is there a way to “swap out” the source document from a PDF? How do you avoid having to re-do all the Acrobat enhancements you did post-PDF conversion? Just wondering.