Product Highlights

  • Introduction to Acrobat
  • Exploring the work area
  • Creating Adobe PDF Files
  • Working with PDF Files
  • Enhancing and Editing PDF Documents
  • Adding multimedia files
  • Combining Files in PDF Portfolios
  • Adding signatures and security
  • Using the legal features
  • E-Signatures



Automate routine, multistep tasks as a guided Action with the Acrobat Action Wizard. Create, manage, execute, and share a sequence of frequently used steps that can be applied to a single PDF or batches of files. Learn to create interactive forms, collaborate on projects, develop interactive presentations and more. Understand PDF workflows that blend desktop, tablets, mobile devices, and the cloud.

Assemble a wide range of materials, including spreadsheets, web pages, videos, and more — into a single, polished PDF Portfolio for high impact. Easily customize PDF Portfolios to reflect your branding and style.


Who Should Attend

Professionals who need to produce quality PDF documents, digital forms, and e-signatures.

Assumed Knowledge

Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows skills

Each student on this Acrobat Course will receive:

Adobe certificate of completion

12 months FREE email support

FREE class repeat (if necessary)

Course Notes/Slides

MSD  holds the below Accreditations


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Introduction to Acrobat

■ About Adobe PDF and Acrobat ■ A first look at the work area ■ Viewing PDF presentations in Full Screen mode ■ Viewing PDF files in Read mode ■ Designing documents for different viewing conditions

Exploring the work area

■ Navigating a PDF file ■ Working with the toolbars ■ Working with task panes ■ Customizing the Quick Tools toolbar ■ Using keyboard shortcuts to select tools

Creating Adobe PDF Files

■ Using the Create command ■ Dragging and dropping files ■ Converting and combining different types of files ■ Using PDFMaker ■ Using the Print command to create Adobe PDF files ■ Reducing file size ■ Scanning a paper document ■ Making scanned text editable and searchable ■ Converting web pages to Adobe PDF

Reading and Working with PDF Files

■ Changing the opening view ■ About the onscreen display ■ Searching PDF documents ■ Printing PDF documents ■ Filling out PDF forms ■ Sharing PDF files

Creating PDF files from design and office applications

■ Converting Microsoft Word and InDesign files to Adobe PDF ■ Starting a review. ■ Converting presentations ■ Saving PDF files as Word documents and images ■ Extracting PDF tables

Enhancing and Editing PDF Documents

■ Examining the PDF file ■ Moving page thumbnails ■ Editing Adobe PDF pages ■ Renumbering pages ■ Editing links ■ Working with bookmarks

Adding multimedia files

■ Editing text ■ Copying text and images from a PDF file ■ Setting document properties and metadata

Combining Files in PDF Portfolios

■ Creating a PDF Portfolio ■ Customizing your PDF Portfolio ■ Sharing your PDF Portfolio ■ Searching a PDF Portfolio

Adding signatures and security

■ Viewing security settings ■ Adding security to PDF files ■ Creating digital signatures ■ Signing a document digitally ■ Certifying PDF files

Acrobat Review Cycles

■ Adding comments to a PDF document ■ Working with comments ■ Initiating a shared review ■ Initiating live collaboration

Working with forms in Acrobat

■ Converting PDF files to interactive PDF forms ■ Adding form fields ■ Distributing forms ■ Collecting form data ■ Working with form data ■ Calculating and validating numeric fields

Using Actions

■ About actions ■ Using predefined actions ■ Creating an actionUsing the legal features ■ Legal features in Adobe Acrobat ■ About Bates numbering and redaction ■ Assembling PDF documents

Using acrobat in professional printing

■ Creating PDF files for print and prepress ■ Preflighting files ■ Working with transparency ■ Setting up colour management ■ Previewing your print job


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