Acrobat DC

2 days. Learn the skills you need to work efficiently with Adobe Acrobat DC software: the essential tool for document exchange. 

The first session focuses on creating PDF documents and the second day concentrates on enhancing existing PDF files. Topics include:

  • Adobe Acrobat DC basics
  • Getting to know the work area (navigation and magnification)
  • Converting Microsoft Office files to Adobe PDF files
  • Creating Adobe PDF files from Web pages
  • Creating PDF portfolios
  • Customizing Adobe output quality by manipulating Distiller settings
  • Modifying and editing PDF files
  • Using Acrobat in the document review cycle

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Acrobat DCAdobe Acrobat II training

2 days. This course is designed for people who know how to create PDF documents and are interested in Acrobat's more advanced features. Many of the features covered in this course require Acrobat DC. Topics include:

  • Making documents accessible and flexible
  • Adding digital signatures and security settings
  • Creating and modifying PDF forms
  • Creating forms with Adobe Acrobat X
  • Designing multimedia presentations
  • Using Acrobat's engineering and technical features
  • Using Acrobat for professional publishing

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InDesign CC section 508 accessibility trainingNEW! Creating Section 508 Compliant Documents

2 days. Master series. This course will help you to become familiar with, and come into compliance with, the Federal Government’s ADA Section 508 accessibility regulations.

The course will cover Adobe Acrobat and other application’s features that are designed to help you meet those requirements. Students are expected to be familiar with Acrobat already, as no time is allotted to review any basics of the application. Topics will include:

  • What is accessibility in publications?
  • What are the Section 508 requirements?
  • Evaluating existing PDF publications, forms, and archived documents
  • Workflow adjustments to comply with accessibility standards
  • Authoring documents for accessibility
  • Applying the best design practices to yield accessibility
  • Preparing bookmarks, hyperlinks, interactive form fields, and flexible text reflow
  • Adding alternate text to images and charts
  • Working with tables, anchored objects, and captions
  • Preserving accessibility features when exporting to PDF
  • Using the Accessibility Checker and the Tags panel in Acrobat

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