Adobe Acrobat Pro XI Essentials

UP and Running!

Time: 1.5 Hours

Course Description:

In 1991, Adobe co-founder Dr. John Warnock launched the paper-to-digital revolution with an idea he called, The Camelot Project. The goal was to enable anyone to capture documents from any application, send electronic versions of these documents anywhere, and view and print them on any machine. By 1992, Camelot had developed into PDF. Today, it is the format trusted by businesses around the world.

PDFs run your world. You know you use PDFs to make your most important work happen. In this class, you will get "UP and Running" with Adobe Acrobat Pro XI.  Learn about how to use the Portable Document Format (PDF) to present and exchange documents reliably — independent of software, hardware, or operating system.  PDF documents can contain links and buttons, form fields, audio, video, and business logic. They can be signed electronically, and you can easily view PDF files on Windows or Mac OS.

Course Material:

A customized step-by-step Quick Reference Card with screenshots is included in this class which covers each topic you will learn.

What you will learn

  • Opening a PDF Document

  • Moving Around

  • Zoom In and Zoom Out

  • Customizing Toolbars

  • Working with Panels

  • Customizing the Toolbar with Quick Tools

  • Using the Pages Panel to Navigate

  • Selecting and Copying Text and Graphics

  • Rotating Pages

  • Finding Words and Phrases

  • Search Panel

  • Batch Searching

  • Sending Via Email

  • Adobe SendNow