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Adobe Acrobat

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Course objective:

With Adobe® Acrobat® Professional, new features and enhancements enable businesses to simplify all their document processes. Acrobat is the keystone of Adobe ePaper® solutions. Creative, engineer, and IT professionals will find new tools and features to facilitate Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) document creation, review, and high-end output. Enhanced security provides greater control over shared documents. Extended workgroups can use the automated review features and the expanded set of commenting tools. Creating Adobe PDF files is very easy; with a click of a button, Microsoft® Office applications, Visio, MS® Project, Internet Explorer for Windows® and Autodesk® AutoCAD® can be converted into the PDF format.

Prerequisites:

This course requires a basic understanding of computers, such as using pointer and input devices. Users also should know about how to manipulate data in documents. This Adobe Acrobat course does not require you to know Adobe Acrobat at all. It is aimed at people who are new to Adobe Acrobat or are using it in the most basic way. You need to be familiar with PCs and the Windows environment.

Audience:

People interested in preserving and viewing documents with no future modifications. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Access information in a PDF document, create PDF documents, modify PDF documents, add PDF navigation aids, work with multiple PDF documents and review PDF documents.

Outline:

1- Getting Started – Viewing PDF Files

  • Using the Help File
  • Using Navigation Tools in the Work Area
  • Using the How to Window
  • Practical Exercises

2- Creating PDF Files from Source Files

  • Using Adobe Acrobat Distiller®
  • Creating a PDF Document
  • Practical Exercises

3- Working with PDF Files

  • Manipulating Pages
  • Creating and Structuring Bookmarks
  • Creating Articles
  • Adding Actions
  • Adding Headers and Footers
  • Practical Exercises

4- Annotating PDF Files

  • Adding Comments
  • Working with Comments
  • Collaborating in a Workgroup
  • Practical Exercises

5- Editing PDF Files

  • Editing Text and Images
  • Exporting Images and Text
  • Practical Exercises

6- Adding Interactive Features

  • Creating Links and Buttons
  • Working with Media Clips
  • Making a Form
  • Practical Exercises

7- Importing Image Files

  • Importing Image Files
  • Preparing Paper for Scanning
  • Capturing a Scanned Page
  • Practical Exercises

8- Working with the Web

  • Converting Web Pages to PDF Files
  • Editing Captured Web Pages
  • Practical Exercises

9- Presenting PDF Files

  • Creating an Opening View
  • Creating an Interactive Slide Show
  • Creating a Presentation
  • Practical Exercises

10- Protecting PDF Files

  • Using Security to Control Access
  • Practical Exercises

11- Distributing PDF Collections

  • Preparing the Collection
  • Indexing with Catalog
  • Searching for PDF Files in Folders and on the Web
  • Practical Exercises

12- Using e-Books

  • Creating an e-Book Account
  • Working with the Bookshelf and Reading e-Books
  • Practical Exercises

13- Creating Accessible PDF Documents

  • Investigating PDF Accessibility
  • Creating Accessible Documents
  • Practical Exercises

 

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