Adobe Acrobat is a powerhouse of an application, but few utilise all of it's features. Besides the editing of pages, you can also easily add interactive elements to documents, such as a table of contents that allows users to click through instantly to a selected page, and embed multimedia elements such as a video clip to improve your presentation.
How many times have you received an important PDF from a colleague, only to find spelling errors? Well, now you can add, edit, replace and precisely position text and images all from within Acrobat, no other files necessary!
Or alternatively, perform Acrobat functions without having to open the program at all – create PDFs from within Word, Excel and Outlook using Acrobat’s clever in-built toolbar, and discover the compatibility between Acrobat and Microsoft Office.
With so much editing functionality now available from within Acrobat, users may also benefit from exploring its equally robust security tools to make sure nothing is viewed or altered without your permission.
And if you need a second opinion, you can use Acrobat’s Shared Review tool to upload your PDF to a server where it can be accessed by a list of selected recipients who can add and view Annotations and Mark-Ups to it in real time.
At City Desktop Training – an Adobe Authorised Training Centre – upon course completion participants receive a Certificate recognised by Adobe.