Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat

Course Duration: 5 hours

Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). The family comprises Reader (formerly Acrobat Reader), Acrobat (formerly Acrobat Exchange) and Acrobat.com.

Accessing a PDF Document

  • Open a PDF Document
  • Explore the Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Interface
  • Browse Through a PDF Document

Creating PDF Documents

  • Create a PDF Document Using Microsoft Applications
  • Create a PDF Document Using the Print Command
  • Create a PDF Document from Web Pages
  • Create a PDF Document Using Email Applications
  • Create a PDF Document Using Acrobat

Navigating to Specific Content in a PDF Document

  • Conduct a Simple Search
  • Use Bookmarks
  • Work with Links
  • Define Articles

Modifying PDF Documents

  • Manipulate PDF Document Pages
  • Edit Content in a PDF Document
  • Add Page Elements
  • Extract Content from a PDF Document

Preparing PDF Files for Commercial Printing

  • Examine the Commercial Printing Process
  • Create PDF Files for Prepress
  • Apply Color Management Settings
  • Modify Adobe PDF Settings for Prepress
  • Preview Printed Effects

Working with Multiple PDF Documents

  • Organize PDF Documents into a Collection
  • Redact PDF Documents
  • Search Multiple PDF Documents

Validating a PDF Document

  • Sign a PDF Document Digitally
  • Verify a Digital ID
  • About Pixel Aspect Ratio
  • Using Bits per channel
  • Important of Alpha Channel
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Creating PDFs from Technical Documents

  • Create PDF Documents Using Autodesk AutoCAD
  • Measure Technical Drawings

Enhancing PDF Documents

  • Embed Multimedia
  • Optimize PDF Files
  • Enhance PDF Document Accessibility

Creating Interactive PDF Forms in Adobe LiveCycle Designer

  • Create a PDF Form
  • Add Form Fields
  • Create Calculations
  • Create Buttons
  • Track Forms
  • Compile Returned Forms
  • Organize Compiled Data

Reviewing a PDF Document

  • Initiate a Review
  • Review a PDF Document
  • Compare PDF Documents

Finalizing PDF Files for Commercial Printing

  • Preflight Documents
  • Create PDF/X, PDF/A, and PDF/E Compliant Files
  • Create a Composite
  • Create Color Separations