Course Syllabus: Adobe Acrobat 101
with CEU Certificate*
Adobe Acrobat is used to view, create, edit, and print PDF files, or Portable Document Format. Most computer users today are familiar with PDF files and the icon that's used to represent them. Users are also usually familiar with Adobe Reader, which is the program you can use for free to view and read PDF files. However, Reader cannot be used to edit and manipulate files like Adobe Acrobat.
This course was created to introduce new users to Adobe Acrobat, as well as to update users of past versions to the latest generation of this amazing software.* Anyone, regardless of experience level or computer knowledge, can successfully take and complete this course. It will start from the beginning, teaching you how to navigate the program, then move forward with step-by-step instructions and examples to teach you how to use all the major features that Acrobat has to offer.
You'll learn how to:
- Navigate your version of Acrobat to find all its menus and toolbars
- Create PDF documents from images, Office documents, and more.
- Create bookmarks, links, and other navigational tools.
- Edit PDF files that you've created – or ones that have already been created.
- Insert multimedia files such as movies and sound into PDF files.
- Turn scanned documents into searchable text.
- Turn scanned documents into interactive forms.
- Create interactive forms from a PDF file.
- Create portfolios.
- And much, much more!
* The screenshots in this course will be based on Adobe Acrobat version 9, but course material will also be applicable to previous and future versions as well. It's not necessary that you have Adobe Acrobat 9 installed on your computer in order to complete and pass this course. However, it's helpful if you do have a version of Adobe Acrobat so that you can follow along with each lesson and practice what you learn.
- Adobe Acrobat version 9 or greater (recommended) *
- a high school reading level.
No books will be required.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Adobe Acrobat
Lesson 2: Navigating Adobe Acrobat
Lesson 3: Viewing a Document
Lesson 4: Creating PDF Files
Lesson 5: Saving and Printing Files
Lesson 6: PDF Portfolios
Lesson 7: Manipulating PDF Files
Lesson 8: Editing PDF Files
Lesson 9: PDF Comments
Lesson 10: The Review Process in Acrobat 9
Lesson 11: Forms
Lesson 12 : Inserting Multimedia Into PDF Documents
|Lesson 1 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 1: Introduction to Adobe Acrobat 9||9|
|Lesson 2 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 2: Navigating Adobe Acrobat 9||9|
|Lesson 3 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 3: Viewing a Document||9|
|Lesson 4 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 4: Creating PDF Files||10|
|Lesson 5 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 5: Saving and Printing Files||10|
|Lesson 6 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 6: PDF Portfolios||10|
|Lesson 7 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 7: Manipulating PDF Files||9|
|Lesson 8 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 8: Editing PDF Files||9|
|Lesson 9 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 9: PDF Comments||10|
|Lesson 10 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 10: The Review Process in Acrobat 9||10|
|Lesson 11 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 11: Forms||10|
|Lesson 12 Assignment||1|
|Lesson 12 : Inserting Multimedia Into PDF Documents||10|
|The Final Exam||30|
- Getting Around Adobe Acrobat
- How to Create a PDF Document with Forms
- What is Adobe Acrobat?
- How to Save and Print PDF Documents
- How to Add Multimedia to PDF Documents
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- Adobe Premiere: Creating Video Effects
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- Adobe Premiere: Using the Source Monitor
- Working with Pages and Creating Notes and OneNote 2016
- How to Start a Final Cut Pro X Project
- Producing Statements in QuickBooks 2015
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