ADB_ACRO_0l1 - Adobe Acrobat DC

You may have used different applications to create documents for your own reference. However, you may now be required to share your files electronically by email, over a network, or on the web, so that recipients can view, print, and offer feedback. In this course, you will use Adobe® Acrobat® DC to make your information more portable, accessible, and useful to meet the needs of your target audience.

This course is designed for office professionals who need to create and share PDF files and PDF Portfolios.

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Basic experience with computers and common Microsoft applications, such as word processing, spreadsheet, and web browser applications.

Detailed Class Syllabus

Introduction to Adobe Acrobat DC

What are the PDF files, Acrobat DC, and Acrobat Reader DC.
Selecting tools in the toolbars
Using tools in the Tools pane
Customizing toolbars
Navigating a PDF document using the toolbars, menu commands, page thumbnails, and bookmarks
Changing the view of a document in the document pane
Viewing a PDF document in Read mode
Using Adobe Acrobat DC Help

Creating Adobe PDF Files

Using the Create PDF tool
Converting a file to Adobe PDF using the print command
Converting multiple documents into a single PDF file
Exploring the Adobe PDF settings used to convert files to Adobe PDF
Reducing the size of a PDF file
Scanning a paper document into Acrobat
Converting scanned images into searchable text
Converting web pages to Adobe PDF from Acrobat and directly from a web browser

Reading and Working with PDF Files

Navigating an Adobe PDF document using tools and bookmarks
Changing how a PDF document scrolls and displays in the document window
Searching a PDF document for a word or phrase
Filling out a PDF form
Printing all or a portion of a PDF document
Printing booklets
Exploring the accessibility features that make it easier for users with vision and motor impairments to use Acrobat
Adding tags and Alt text to a PDF document
Sharing a document with others electronically

Enhancing PDF Documents

Rearranging pages in a PDF document
Rotating and delete pages
Inserting pages into a PDF document
Editing links and bookmarks
Renumbering pages in a PDF document
Inserting video and other multimedia files
Setting document properties and add metadata to a PDF
Setting up presentations

Editing Content in PDF Files

Editing text in a PDF document
Adding text to a PDF file
Adding and replace images in a PDF file
Editing images in a PDF document
Copying text and images from a PDF document
Exporting PDF content to a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document
Redacting content

Using Acrobat with Microsoft Office Files

About Acrobat PDF Maker
Converting a Microsoft Word file to Adobe PDF
Changing the Adobe PDF conversion settings
Converting a Microsoft Excel file to Adobe PDF
Creating PDF files from a Word mail-merge template
Using the spreadsheet split view
Converting a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to Adobe PDF

Combining Files

Combining files of different types into one PDF document
Selecting individual pages to include in a combined PDF file
Customizing a combined PDF file
Combining files into a PDF Portfolio

Adding Signatures and Security

Using Acrobat Reader in Protected Mode (Windows only)
Applying password protection to a file to restrict who can open it
Applying a password to prevent others from printing or changing a PDF file
Signing documents using a digital ID
Certifying a document

Using Acrobat in a Review Cycle

Using Acrobat in a document review process
Annotating a PDF file with the Acrobat commenting and markup tools
View, reply to, search, and summarize document comments
Importing comments
Initiating an email-based review