Adobe Acrobat and PDF for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
BeschreibungApplied Acrobat for Engineers is the first and only book to be written specifically to give engineers the skills that they need to use pdfs and Adobe Acrobat in engineering applications.
Teaches the use of PDF in communication and archiving of complex documents with a specific slant towards various engineering disciplines and the related areas of architecture and construction management
Better document control reduces project review and approval times
Uses the progressive treatment of a sample project, throughout the book, to explain and illustrate the application of Acrobat techniques
Encourages easier interaction with clients and regulatory agencies by employing a completely searchable document format which is available to all
InhaltsverzeichnisThe AEC Workflow.
Overview of Adobe Acrobat 7.
Creating Package Components from Documents.
Creating Other Package Components.
Converting AEC File Formats.
Assembling the Package.
Modifying Content in the Package.
Adding Navigation to the Package.
Using Acrobat Forms and Databases - Lyn Price.
Commenting and Reviewing.
Using Other Features and Functions.
PDF Mapping - Michael Bufkin.
Acrobat for AEC Knowledge Management.
Putting It All Together.
PortraitTom Carson is a Professional Engineer Registered in several US states. He has a MS in Civil/Environmental Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with an emphasis on Solid and Hazardous Waste. His 20+ year career specialized in the management of Hazardous Materials and Waste. He was co-editor of the Handbook on Hazardous Materials Management and was instrumental in the early development of the Certified Hazardous Materials Management Certification. Mr. Carson is also a consultant to the US Army and Airforce giving advice on the use of Acrobat in project management, training and engineering management and to various hospitals and industries on facility and records management with Acrobat.
Tom Carson is very happy to do web presentations to academics, trainers and anyone else in support of the marketing of this book.
Donna L. Baker is an author, graphic designer, and instructor. She has been a writer and contributing editor for an online magazine since 1998, writing 10-11 graphics articles per year. She is the author of several books, including a number of Acrobat titles. She facilitates courses through Education to Go, including both their Adobe Premiere and Adobe Acrobat courses. Donna lectures, and conducts workshops on Acrobat. A number of tutorials in her areas of interest are available on her website at http://donnabaker.ca/.
Carson and Baker are the co-authors of: Baker and Carson, Adobe Acrobat 6: The Professional User's Guide (A-Press, 1-59059-232-8, 2004, 510 pp, SC). Donna Baker has written several books of a similar nature about Acrobat and other software.
Untertitel: Auflage 2006. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2005