Who Should Attend:
This 1 day course is aimed at new and existing users of Acrobat who wish to extend their knowledge beyond the basics of using Acrobat just to view and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
At the end of the course you will be able to create PDF files from a variety of sources, modify them to include bookmarks, thumbnails and links and prepare them for distribution. You will also realise the valuable role Acrobat can play in a document review cycle.
Introducing Adobe Acrobat: A discussion of Acrobat, Portable Document Format (PDF), PostScript and Distiller. Creating, using and distributing PDF files.
Working with Acrobat:
Opening files. 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 the Open File command. Using the PDF Printer, creating PDF's from other file types (including PostScript) and the web, converting paper documents to PDF.
Working with PDF files:
Editing 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