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Adobe Acrobat Professional Advanced

Adobe Acrobat Professional Advanced

Prerequisites: Success in this course depends on students having this knowledge before beginning this class.

A working knowledge of Adobe Acrobat 8 or later as well as a familiarity to working with PDF files is required.
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In Tracks:

This course is part of the following workflow-oriented and product- or technology-oriented learning tracks: Acrobat & PDF, Business of Design, General Business, Graphic Design, Law Enforcement / Mil. / Intel., Legal Profession, Scientific & Forensic, Writing & Editorial

Student Reviews

The actual demonstration of how to create EPUBs, information about which formats are used by which ereaders, and which fonts, I found most useful…I had not realized that it’s that easy to create a (simple) EPUB.

— Margaret B., Editor

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Adobe Acrobat is an es­sen­tial part of busi­ness, en­abling pro­fes­sion­als to re­li­ably cre­ate, com­bine, and de­ploy Adobe PDF doc­u­ments and elec­tron­ic forms, and Adobe Acrobat Training is an es­sen­tial part of mak­ing Acrobat do its best work for you.

This class will take you be­yond the ba­sics of cre­at­ing and com­bin­ing PDFs in­to the true pow­er of Adobe Acrobat that will make your PDFs com­pli­ant, ac­ces­si­ble, se­cure, and suc­cess­ful.

What You Will Learn

  • PDF Accessibility
  • Portfolios
  • Document Security
  • Document Review
  • Forms
  • Actions
  • Legal Features
  • Redaction
  • Color Management

Lesson Outline

The fol­low­ing is a list of pos­si­ble top­ics for you to use as a guide. Your course will be ful­ly cus­tomized to your unique goals, work­flow, and learn­ing pace. Because every course we teach is ful­ly cus­tomized to each group, the fol­low­ing list of top­ics to be learned should be con­sid­ered a guide­line, one that will be ex­pand­ed or al­tered as re­quired to fit your needs.

Accessibility

  • About Flexibility, Accessibility, and struc­ture
  • Working with Accessible Documents 
  • Making Files Flexible and Accessible 
  • Using the Acrobat Accessible Features 

Combining Files in PDF Portfolios

  • About PDF Portfolios 
  • Creating a PDF Portfolio 
  • Customizing your PDF Portfolio 
  • Sharing your PDF Portfolio 
  • Searching a PDF Portfolio 

Adding Signatures and Security

  • Viewing Documents in Protected Mode (Windows Only) 
  • About Security 
  • Viewing Security Settings 
  • Adding Security to PDF Files 
  • About Digital Signatures 
  • Creating Digital Signatures 
  • Signing a Document Digitally 
  • Modifying Signed Documents 
  • Certifying PDF Files 
  • Signing Certified Documents 
  • Exploring on your own: Using se­cu­ri­ty en­velopes

Using Acrobat in a Review Cycle

  • About the Review Process 
  • Sharing PDF Files 
  • Adding Comments 
  • Working with Comments 
  • Initiating a Shared Review 
  • Exploring on your own: Initiating Live Collaboration 

Working with Forms in Acrobat

  • Converting PDF Files to in­ter­ac­tive PDF Forms 
  • Adding Form Fields 
  • Distributing Forms 
  • Collecting form Data 
  • Validating Numeric Fields 
  • Working with Form Data 

Using Actions

  • About Actions 
  • Using Predefined Actions 
  • Creating an Action 
  • Sharing Actions 

Using the Legal Features

  • Legal Features in Adobe Acrobat 
  • About Bates Numbering and Redaction 
  • Apply Bates Numbering 
  • Defining Bates Numbering 
  • Applying Redaction 
  • Changing the Appearance of Redaction 
  • Searching Text for Redaction 
  • Assembling PDF Documents 
  • Marking Redaction across Multiple Pages 

Using Acrobat in Professional Printing

  • Color Management 
  • Creating PDF Files for Print and Prepress 
  • Preflighting Files (Acrobat Pro) 
  • Working with Transparency (Acrobat Pro) 
  • Setting Up Color Management 
  • Previewing your Print Job (Acrobat Pro) 
  • Advanced Printing Controls 

Schedule your Adobe Acrobat train­ing class now!