Adobe Acrobat - Introduction to, for beginners (1 day)
Adobe-authorised course. Learn to create PDF documents for Web publishing and professional printing. Hosted by Adobe Certified Instructor and Member of Adobe's Solutions Network. UK-wide onsite training and advanced training available.
Duration: 1 day.
Course objective: To enable you to create PDF files from a variety of sources, modify them to include bookmarks, thumbnails and links, and prepare them for distribution. Course also highlights the valuable role Acrobat can play in a document review cycle.
Who should attend? New users, and those wishing to extend their knowledge beyond the basics of just viewing and printing PDF files.
Course delivery: The course is designed for the busy professional. It is short and intensive, combining lecture, demonstration and hands-on instruction. Class numbers are small (maximum 8 delegates), so you have ample opportunity to discuss your specific requirements with the instructor.
Instructor: Course hosted by an Adobe Certified Instructor who is an Adobe Certified Expert in Acrobat.
Courseware and certification: You receive comprehensive courseware and at the end of the course you are issued with a certificate confirming you have attended and successfully completed Adobe-authorised Acrobat training.
After course support: Following Acrobat training, you are entitled to 30 days email support from Armada to help with any post-training issues.
Venue: We offer Acrobat training exclusively for you and your group, which means it can be run on a date and at a location to suit you. This may be our Bromsgrove training centre or your venue anywhere in the UK.
A discussion of Acrobat, Portable Document Format (PDF), PostScript and Distiller. Creating, using and distributing PDF files.
Working with Acrobat
Opening PDF files in Acrobat. Getting to know the work area. Using and customising the toolbars. Browsing documents using a variety of methods and using the zoom functions. Saving and closing files.
PDF file creation
Using Acrobats Open File command and the PDF Printer, creating PDFs from other file types (including PostScript) and the web, converting paper documents to PDF, creating PDFs from Microsoft applications.
Working with PDF files
Using Acrobat to edit files rotating, cropping, inserting and extracting pages, re-numbering pages. Editing text and images. Creating new links and bookmarks.
PDF output quality
Using Acrobat Distiller, changing and customising distiller options. Using watched folders.
Using Acrobat in a review Cycle
Working with comments and setting comment preferences, using the text and graphic markup tools, using the comment tools, exporting and importing comments, summarising and reviewing comments.
Securing PDF documents against editing and extracting data.
Guide Price: On-demand: £750 + VAT first delegate plus £50 + VAT per subsequent delegate