Adv. Certification in Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF).The family comprises Reader (formerly Acrobat Reader), Acrobat (formerly Acrobat Exchange). Dicazo offers India’s best course in Acrobat.

OBJECTIVE

The Adobe Acrobat Course would teach students how to create documents in PDF for web , print and system storage.

Workplace demand for digital media skills including creating, managing, and integrating PDF documents is on the rise. Adobe Acrobat training from Dicazo Institute is an excellent way to learn and validate your digital communication skills. This brings value to prospective clients and employers.

Learn and master Adobe Acrobat with Dicazo hands-on Acrobat training courses. Our Adobe Acrobat classes are task-based and focus on real-world uses and challenges individuals face in their day to day work environments.

Adobe Acrobat is a family of computer programs developed by Adobe Systems, designed to view, create, manipulate and manage files in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). Some software in the family is commercial, and some is freeware. 

Adobe Reader is available as a no-charge download from Adobe's web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files. Acrobat and Reader are widely used as a way to present information with a fixed layout similar to a paper publication.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • File Creation
  • File Viewing and Manipulation
  • File Printing and management
  • File Security

COURSE BREAKDOWN

MODULE 1
File Creation

  • PDF Generation from Microsoft Office
  • The PDF maker
  • Embedding Book marks, TOC and Links
  • Powerpoint to PDF presentations
  • HTML Pages to PDF
  • Create low and High quality PDFS
  • Impact of resolution and font embedding
  • PDF versioning
  • Generating PDF from Web Pages

MODULE 2
File Viewing and Manipulation

  • Conversion options
  • Selection mode
  • Output control
  • Embedding media settings
  • Flash control
  • Combing PDf into single file and into PDF portfolios
  • Layout modes
  • Appending different media
  • Customizing portfolio
  • Home, index and list modes
  • Uploading to acrobat.com
  • The organizer
  • Exploring metadata
  • Network places
  • Navigation
  • New customized toolbars
  • Reset Workplace
  • Navigating views and pages
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Editing and repurposing
  • Save out images
  • Document wide extraction
  • Use the touch up text tool
  • Reset workspace

MODULE 3
File Printing and management

  • File Content
  • Image size and compression reduction
  • Edit font embedding and remove metadata
  • Flatten forms fields, remove comments
  • Using Adobe Service
  • Remote presentations
  • Gaining control of users desktop
  • Chat and communication pods
  • Adobe buzzword
  • File manager and uploading
  • Generating a simple PDF form
  • Form Field recognition
  • Form field types
  • Recycle fields across documents
  • Recycle fields and form logic
  • Naming fields and workflow considerations
  • Form logic and validation
  • Simplified field notation
  • Mandatory form entry and options
  • Sending a forms workflow message
  • Reset , print and submit buttons
  • Personal or workgroup form
  • Submitting and saving data with adobe reader
  • Forms tracker
  • Adobe reader extensions
  • Data and analysis collections
  • Filtering and sorting results
  • Response file and PDF portfolios
  • Exporting to CSV and XML
  • Playing adobe flash inside acrobat
  • Digital signatures
  • Creating trusted identities
  • Applying security policies with trusted identities
  • Stamp customization
  • Send for shared review
  • Adding and manipulating comments
  • Previewing content
  • Add headers and footers
  • PDF standards for publishing and print

MODULE 4
File Security

  • Secure your PDF File
  • Types of acrobat security
  • Applying security and testing
  • Password and permissions restrictions
  • Removing Security
  • Security implications

BY THE END OF THE Adobe Acrobat COURSE, STUDENTS WOULD BE ABLE TO

  • Create PDF files

SOFTWARE/ PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE COVERED

  • Adobe Acrobat

CAREER OPTIONS AFTER COURSE

Students who complete this course have the following career options

  • Content Developer
  • Office Administrator
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Programme Schedule
Normal Track
Course Duration: 4 months
Schedule: 1 Hour/5 days a week
Fast Track
Course Duration: 2 months
Schedule: 2 Hour/5 days a week