Adobe Acrobat Pro DC : From Basic Tips to Advanced Tools

Adobe Acrobat pro – Create, Edit, Sign and Share. Work on PDFs like a pro

In this complete course you will get to learn about working on PDFs as a professional. It has step by step and clear explanation of all the tools. Along with that I will provide assistance throughout the course. At the end of the course you will be able understand the quick tools and that will going to save a lot of your time.

What you’ll learn

  • Create PDFs from almost any format.
  • Edit PDFs – Edit text and images, add watermarks, bates numbering.
  • Share PDFs for review and commenting.
  • Protect PDFs.
  • Convert PDFs to any format like MS Word, PPT, Excel and JPEG.
  • Get signatures on agreements with adobe sign.
  • Make fillable forms, distribute them and track responses.
  • Add stamps, compare files, organize pages within a PDF.
  • Remove sensitive information from your document.
  • Make PDFs read out for visually impaired.

Course Content

  • Introduction (basic) –> 11 lectures • 55min.
  • Advanced –> 12 lectures • 1hr 17min.
  • Bonus –> 2 lectures • 10min.

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In this complete course you will get to learn about working on PDFs as a professional. It has step by step and clear explanation of all the tools. Along with that I will provide assistance throughout the course. At the end of the course you will be able understand the quick tools and that will going to save a lot of your time.

Also I have added all genuine Acrobat Self-Help articles provided on Adobe website for in depth knowledge on each tool.

Keep learning, and please comment if you need more explanatory videos on any tool, I will try to cover in more detail.

Stay connected in your business, with the power of acrobat tool. All other tools like acrobat reader DC and adobe sign, Document cloud services are also covered in this complete course.

The Tools tab organizes Acrobat Pro DC’s wealth of tools in a single pane, organized by function: “Create & Edit,” “Share & Review” “Forms & Signatures,” “Protect & Standardize,” and “Customize.” Any of the individual tools can be added as a shortcut to a right sidebar so you can get to them with a PDF open without having to toggle back here. Selecting a tool opens the commands specific to it, or its associated toolbar if you are in an open document.

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