You will simply love the Organizer. Imagine a window from where you can view thumbnails of all the pages in your PDF documents before you open them. Neat, huh? The Organizer gives you that and more.
To open the Organizer choose File, Organizer and select Open Organizer. Its left panel gives you a list of your recent history, a view of your hard drive, and a list of your created Collections. The central panel shows you a list of files in either a selected folder or Collection. The right panel shows you a preview of any file you select in the center panel.
Besides helping you organize your files in Collections, the Organizer has a few other nice functions on its own toolbar. You can use it to print files without having to open them, email files using your mail client, send files for review when they're enabled for that, or merge several files into one PDF (see Figure 44.24).
Figure 44.24. Easily merge several files into one using the Organizer.
As you can see, there's a lot more in Acrobat than embedding fonts; and in the previous two chapters you only scraped the surface of these neat features. As with the other elements in the Creative Suite, delving deeper into its features would require an entire book. However, the review presented here should help you understand Acrobat better and garner some of its power.