Adobe Acrobat: Introduction


Learning Outcomes


• Identify the uses and benefits of PDF, navigate PDF documents using bookmarks and links, search PDF documents, open and organise PDF documents by using the Organizer window, and access Acrobat help.


• Use the Adobe PDF printer to create a PDF document from any program’s Print command, use the PDFMaker to create a PDF document from Microsoft applications, and use the Create PDF commands in Acrobat to create PDF documents from multiple files.


• Move PDF document pages within and between documents; modify PDF document text, add headers and footers, modify page numbering; move PDF document text and graphics to other programs, and specify password protection.


• Add and modify bookmarks and links, and specify document initial view settings.


• Prepare a PDF document for review, use editing and markup tools to review a PDF document, organize and view comments from multiple reviewers, digitally sign a PDF document, and validate a digitally signed document.


Who should attend?

This course is designed for new or intermediate users who need a full overview of the capabilities of Acrobat. While the class is of a technical nature, the lecture sessions are complemented by hands-on exercises.


Prerequisites: Before attending this course, you should be able to use a mouse and the keyboard. You should be familiar with the Windows operating environment and locating files. More specifically, you should know how to open a Word document and specify a particular printer.


Length of course: 1 day

Cost: $460 + GST


Group Fee: $414 + GST

Topics include:

Getting Started

• The Acrobat environment
• Advanced navigation
• Finding text
• Organizing PDF documents
• Getting help

Document navigation tools

• Bookmarks
• Links
• Initial view options

Converting documents to PDF

• Printing to PDF from any application
• Acrobat and Microsoft applications
• The Create PDF commands

Document review techniques

• Initiating document reviews
• Reviewer tools
• Viewing comments and markups
• Digital signatures

Modifying PDF documents

• Modifying document pages
• Modifying content
• Moving PDF content to other programs
• Password protection

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