Acrobat can convert a PDF Portfolio to an SWF file for others to view on a website. All file navigation and video controls are available to users with access to the website. To preview how the PDF Portfolio appears on a website, you publish the content to the site. You can’t preview by opening the published PDF Portfolio on your local computer.
You can view and extract files from a published PDF Portfolio. To edit The PDF Portfolio, open it in Acrobat.
Install Flash Player 10.1 or later. Early versions of Flash Player cannot play back a published PDF Portfolio.
Use Acrobat PDF Portfolios. You cannot publish Acrobat 9 PDF Portfolios to a website.
Use only system fonts in the PDF Portfolio, not styled text, embedded fonts, or other installed fonts.
View the index.html file from a web server (
http:// or https://), not from your local computer.
Avoid adding SWF file attachments or videos to your PDF Portfolio. Video playback and SWF file attachments are not supported in a published PDF Portfolio.
Share a PDF Portfolio with others by sending the file in an e-mail or by uploading it on the Adobe Document Cloud. (See Sharing files.)