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Acrobat 201: Hot Shot

Course Description:

Take your Acrobat skills to the next level. This course is intended for people already utilising Adobe Acrobat but wishing to accelerate their knowledge especially with collaboration tools.

Assumed Knowledge:

We will assume some prior knowledge of Acrobat in this course or will have completed the Acrobat Level 1 Training Course. You should have a basic working knowledge of either the Windows or Mac interface as well as exposure to either Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint.

Prerequisite:

This Acrobat Training Course is excellent for users who already have experience with Acrobat or have completed the Acrobat 101 Rookie Course


  • Course content

    Playing Adobe Flash inside Acrobat

    • Embed FLV and SWF files into Acrobat
    • Benefits of Adobe Flash runtime
    • Conversion and viewing options
    • Managing Flash content inside of Acrobat

    Digital Signatures

    • Creating a password driven digital signature
    • Creating a signature appearance
    • Siging and document – visibly and invisible
    • Exchanging digital signatures
    • Creating trusted identities
    • Applying security policies with trusted identities

    Stamp customisation

    • Making a signature stamp
    • Configure user preferences for stamps
    • Printing and flattening stamps

    Send for Shared Review

    • On-line workflow
    • Sending a shared review invite
    • Connecting to shared server
    • Adding and manipulating comments
    • Collaborate Live on the same page
    • Shared Tracker Review

    Collaborate Live

    • Send for shared review
    • use acrobat.com hosting
    • Collaborate together within page
    • Shared panel options
    • Combined input

    Previewing content

    • Headers/footers and watermarks
    • Add heders and footers
    • Edit headers and footers
    • Transparency effects
    • Remove content

    PDF/X Standards for Publishing and Print

    • PDF/X-1a, PDF/X-3 and PDF/X-4 standards
    • Adobe PDF Print Engine

    Configure Adobe Acrobat

    • Page box geometry
    • Overprint preview
    • Page display options
    • Smooth line art

    Apply trapping

    • Integrate trapping
    • Trapping presets

    Output Preview

    • Simulation Preview
    • Object Inspector
    • Density readings
    • Rich ink control
    • Overprinting objects

    Preflight and fixups

    • Preflight templates
    • Fix-ups options
    • Build your own fixup
    • Building profiles
    • Conversion to PDF/X
    • Conversion to PDF/A
    • Preflight and fix-ups droplets

    Convert colours

    • Conversion from one colour space
    • Tag objects with ICC pfofiles
    • Embed output intent

    Crop pages

    • Enlarge PDF page sizes
    • Configure page boxes
    • Trim, bleed, crop, media and crop box

    Fixing Hairlines

    • Increase vector strokes
    • Convey minimum stroke weights for Type3

    Flatten Transparency

    • Flatten live transparency
    • Preview and conversion settings
    • Transparency overview

    Accessibility from Microsoft Word

    • Setting document structure
    • Using styles and choosing fonts
    • Document Properties
    • Tables and lists

    PDF Maker options for reflow

    • Setting options
    • Importance of reflow
    • Metadata
    • PDF presets and options

    Accessibility checker

    • Checking the PDF for accessibility
    • Understanding most common problems
    • Fixing most common problems
    • Font mapping and device issues

    Adding and modifying tags / structure

    • Changing the reading order of a tagged document
    • Adding document structure to an untagged document
    • Adding alt tags to objects
    • Remapping to artifacts and other elements

    Read-aloud and scrolling inside Acrobat/Reader

    • Configure display options
    • Configure read-aloud options
    • Configure scrolling options

Duration: 2 days
Level: Advanced
Price: £495.00

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