Acrobat DC Classes
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Acrobat 101: Creating a PDF
This course shows you several ways to create a Portable Document Format (PDF) document using the Print command.
You'll also learn how to create PDF files from within Acrobat using existing:
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Acrobat 102: Adding Bookmarks and Links
During this hour you'll learn how to:
Acrobat 103: Adding and Reviewing Comments
In this lesson you'll find out how you can:
Acrobat 104: PDF Security Settings
This course shows you how to add password security to a PDF document. You'll learn how to:
Acrobat 105: Advanced PDF Settings
This class explains how to save a PDF document as:
You'll also learn how to optimize the PDF for printing.
Acrobat 201: Editing a PDF
This course teaches you how to edit the contents of a PDF document. You'll learn how to use the:
You'll learn how to use the Insert, Replace, and Strikethrough tools to show changes made to the PDF document.
Acrobat 202: Sharing PDF Files
Sharing PDF Files demonstrates how to use Adobe's Review commands:
You'll learn how to use Track Reviews to easily manage any PDF documents you have shared or sent for email review.
Acrobat 203: Combining Files into a PDF
During this session, you'll learn to:
Acrobat 301: Using the Action Wizard
In this lesson you'll learn how to use the Action Wizard commands in a PDF document. You'll learn how to:
Acrobat 302: Sign and Certify a PDF
This course describes how to use the commands and options in Acrobat's Sign and Certify section such as:
Acrobat 401: Creating Forms Part 1
Creating Forms Part 1 teaches you how to:
Acrobat 402: Creating Forms Part 2
This hour shows you how to use Adobe.com to distribute and collect data from your PDF forms.
Note: Because you must have an Adobe ID in order to use these features, this session is a demonstration rather than hands-on.
Acrobat 403: Distributing Forms Part 1
You'll find out how you can combine the Extensible Markup Language (XML) data returned by email forms into a single workbook that you can upload into the Track Reviews or other programs such as Microsoft Access.
Acrobat 404: Distributing Forms Part 2