Acrobat was originally created to publish and print "portable" documents (PDF) that could be shared from one computer to another while retaining all the integrity of their original design. Increasingly, however, designers are discovering Acrobat's usefulness in creating interactive and rich multimedia presentations. Now there's a book written especially to help you create your own interactive PDFS. Inside Adobe Acrobat 5 Master Class, you'll learn how to make rollover buttons, add sounds, create animations, and program "smart" forms. You'll also fend out how to create games, maps, and e-commerce applications using simple Acrobat features. Beyond the how-to's, this book explores important design decisions for PDF creators, such as customizing for your audience, choosing the right tools and commands, and beta testing your files. The companion CD-ROM contains example files that give you on inside look at how some of the world's most highly respected authorities create cutting-edge, interactive PDF-based designs.