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Adobe Acrobat 9

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In this hands-on instructor-led Adobe Acrobat 9 training course you will learn how to create PDFs using all of Acrobat’s regular features and then move on to learn its advanced features for creating, reviewing, editing, commenting on, modifying, and preflighting PDF files.

221 – Fundamentals of Adobe Acrobat 9
222 – Advanced Adobe Acrobat 9


Students can choose to enroll in this 5-day course or choose to attend classes individually. By enrolling in the Capstone Series instead of the individual courses, students benefit from a $100 savings off the total tuition. Students who successfully complete the class exercises and/or Capstone project will receive the PB Tech Certification along with real-world sample code.

Course Overview

By the end of the class students will be able to:

  • Convert all popular file types into PDF format
  • Create PDFs from Web pages
  • Control PDF output quality
  • Modify and Edit existing PDF files
  • Make PDF documents accessible
  • Use Acrobat in the document review cycle
  • Add signatures and security
  • Create multimedia presentations
  • Incorporate enhanced navigation
  • Create PDF forms

Prerequisites

Familiarity with Web browsers and the Windows user interface

Course Outline

  • Introducing Acrobat

    • About Adobe PDF
    • Adobe PDF on the Web
    • Designing documents for online viewing
  • Getting to Know the Work Area

    • Opening the work file
    • Using Acrobat tools, toolbars, and task buttons
    • Using the navigation pane and tabs
    • Using context menus
    • About the onscreen display
    • Setting up a work area
    • Using the navigation controls in the status bar
    • Following Links
  • Converting Microsoft Office Files

    • Converting a Word document to PDF
    • Converting and emailing a PowerPoint presentation
    • Converting an Excel document
    • Converting and attaching a file in Microsoft Office
    • Converting Web pages from Internet Explorer
  • Converting Files to Adobe PDF

    • Using the Create PDF command
    • Converting and combining different types of files
    • Using the Print command to create PDF files
    • Searching a PDF file
  • Creating Adobe PDF from Web Pages

    • Converting Web pages to PDF
    • Setting Options for converting Web pages
    • Creating a PDF file from a Web page
    • Updating converted Web pages
    • Building an Adobe file of favorite Web pages
    • Converting Web pages in Internet Explorer
  • Customizing Adobe PDF Output Quality

    • Controlling PDF output quality
    • About the PDF settings
    • Using the default PDF settings
    • About compression and resampling
    • Using custom compression settings
    • Reducing the file size
  • Modifying PDF files

    • Opening and examining the work file
    • Moving pages with page thumbnails
    • Editing PDF pages
    • Editing Links
    • Inserting PDF files
    • Looking at bookmarks
    • Renumbering pages
    • Adding sound
    • Setting an opening view
  • More on Editing PDF Files

    • Viewing the work file
    • Looking at articles
    • Editing text
    • Copying text and images from a PDF file
    • Editing images using the TouchUp Object tool
    • Converting a PDF page to an image format file
    • Reducing file size
  • Making Documents Accessible and Flexible

    • About flexibility
    • About accessibility
    • About structure
    • Looking at accessible documents
    • Looking at the reading order
    • Making files flexible and accessible
    • Viewing the results of adding tags
    • Using Acrobat’s accessibility features
  • Using Acrobat in a Document Review Cycle

    • About the review process
    • Working with comments
    • Exporting and importing comments
    • Setting the review status and replying to comments
    • Marking up a document
    • Summarizing a document
    • Comparing two PDF documents
    • Printing documents with comments
    • Inviting users of Adobe Reader to participate in reviews
  • Adding Signatures and Security

    • Looking at your Security preferences
    • Opening the work file
    • Creating a digital ID
    • Signing the advertisement
    • Certifying a PDF file
    • Signing a certified document
    • Looking at security settings
    • Adding security to your PDF files
  • Creating Multimedia Presentations

    • Adding an interactive animation
    • Adding a show/hide field
    • Adding a movie clip and controlling it with buttons
    • Adding, aligning, and duplicating navigational buttons
    • Adding a sound file and adding two actions to one button
    • Creating page actions to control multimedia clips
    • Creating page actions to start multimedia clips
    • Opening a movie clip in a floating window
    • Creating a full screen presentation with transitions
  • Using Acrobat’s Engineering and Technical Features

    • Merging documents
    • Enhanced navigation tools: Pan & Zoom
    • Working with layers
    • Using measuring tools
    • Enhanced navigation tools: Loupe
    • Preparing Engineering documents for distribution
    • Comparing documents
  • Creating PDF Forms

    • Converting paper forms to PDF forms
    • Adding text fields
    • Adding special format restrictions
    • Adding check boxes
    • Creating a multi-line text field
    • Adding radio buttons
    • Adding print and reset buttons
    • Creating a reset button
    • Exporting form data
    • Creating an electronic order form
    • Adding combo boxes
    • Duplicating fields
    • Validating text/numeric fields
    • Formatting a date field
    • Adding a submit button
  • Using Adobe Acrobat for Professional Publishing

    • Creating PDF files for print and prepress
    • Preflighting
    • Layers
    • Output preview
    • Working with transparency
    • Advanced printing controls