In Acrobat, go to File > Create > PDF Portfolio. Alternately, you can click Create > Multiple Files > Create PDF Portfolio.
Adobe introduces an entirely reimagined experience for Acrobat desktop users. The new experience aims to provide an intuitive and seamless experience for viewing content and performing any action on the PDF. The new experience includes the following user interface elements:
A. Discover more about Acrobat B. Frequently used PDF tools and explore more tools C. Create new PDF D. Find text or tools E. Save PDF to cloud/Save PDF to cloud to access from multiple devices F. Print PDF G. Share PDF as an anonymous link, link, or an email attachment H. View comments I. Bookmarks J. Page thumbnails, layers, reflow, and accessibility K. Page viewing options – Page number, next/previous page, rotate page, adjust page zoom level L. Customize toolbar to add more tools M. Fill and Sign document N. Annotation tools O. Select or Pan tool
Currently, the new experience is being rolled out as an experiment and available for Acrobat (64-bit) English locale only with no third-party plug-ins installed. The feature may not be available to all users.
When you launch Acrobat or open a PDF for the first time, a Welcome to Acrobat card is shown. Scroll the card to check additional details and operations you can perform on your PDF. Select the Take the tour button to explore the Acrobat workspace and know the details.
The discover panel on the left-hand pane shows a list of recommended tools you can use. If you are not entitled to use a particular tool, the banner below the recommended tools prompts you to purchase the subscription or try the free 7-day trial.
The new quick tools menu on the left gives you access to Acrobat's most commonly used tools. By default, the following tools are available:
In the new experience, if you use any of the tools listed there - Edit, Convert, or Sign, the viewer experience is customized to show the tool's specific options in the left pane. The tools and related options are displayed progressively—as you choose a tool or action in the pane.
Choose the Edit option in the top toolbar to see the available tools and options in the left pane. In addition to the various PDF editing options, the new Edit PDF experience also includes Organize Pages option. You can use other tools from within the Edit menu: Redact a PDF and Prepare a form.
Choose the Convert option in the top toolbar to see the available tools and options in the left pane. In addition to the Export PDF To, and Convert to PDF workflows, the new experience also includes the option to Optimize PDF and use the Scan & OCR tool.
Use the Sign tool in the top toolbar to fill the form or add a signature and request signatures from others using Acrobat Sign.
To access other Acrobat tools, click More in the toolbar. Click More again to expand the list of tools.
To view all tools, go to Acrobat Home, and then click See all tools.
The search tools bar and the find tool are now combined in the Find text or tool search in the global bar.
When you type a few letters in the search bar, Acrobat provides a list of related words and various tools you can use.
You can quickly share a link to a PDF document with others for viewing or commenting by clicking the Invite or Get Link icon in the top-right toolbar.
When you open a shared file, click the comment icon in the right navigation pane to view all comments. To view the file details like recipients list, last modified date, and perform additional actions like unshare file, copy shared link, and more, click the File Information ( i ) icon.
A. View all comments B. See file information
You now no longer require installing Flash Player on your system to create or view portfolios. You can create folders within your PDF Portfolio, delete component files and folders, edit component filenames, and add and edit descriptions of component files.
Right-click anywhere in the PDF portfolio to perform the following operations:
To rearrange files in a PDF Portfolio, go to the navigation pane and do the following:
If two folders are at the same level or inside the same folder, you can rearrange them.
To delete a file/folder from a PDF Portfolio, right-click on the file/folder you want to delete and choose Delete.
All the files within a folder are removed if you delete the folder from the PDF Portfolio.
To extract or save a file from your PDF Portfolio, right-click the file and choose Extract From Portfolio. Choose a location to save the file, and then click Save.