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Center for Workforce Development Course Catalog 2013
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Computer/Tech - Introduction to Adobe Acrobat - Ed2 Go


Everybody knows what a PDF document is, right? It’s a file that you print. If that’s all you’ve seen Acrobat do, you’re in for a huge surprise! In this course, you’ll discover how to bring together a wide range of content from dozens of programs that you can reuse and customize in Acrobat 9 Pro. Need to change some text? No problem. Create a new file? That’s easy. Add a page from this file and an image from that file? Not a big deal. This software allows you to do all that and more! Bringing together content is just the beginning. You’ll work with many features, such as backgrounds and bookmarks, to help unify your documents and add navigation to guide your users. You’ll see how to protect your work using password security. For the grand finale, you’ll discover how to wrap a set of PDF files (and other documents, too) into a PDF Portfolio, complete with a Flash interface and display features.

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Format: Online

Section Code: CTCE



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