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Adobe Acrobat DC Classroom in a Book, Third Edition, is the most thorough and comprehensive way for you to learn how to reliably create, edit, share, and sign PDF documents and forms with Adobe Acrobat DC. Each of the 13 lessons in this step-by-step, project-based guide contains a project that builds on your growing knowledge of the program, while end-of-chapter review questions reinforce each lesson. This cross-platform (Mac and Windows) book shows you how to collaborate effectively through electronic reviews, easily work with PDFs across multiple platforms and devices (including via the Adobe Document Cloud service), and speed up your production and business task workflows with Acrobat DC.
You will learn how to easily convert files from any application to PDF and how to directly edit text and images in PDF documents. You’ll also learn how to build PDF forms, and to speed up business workflow by gathering feedback and approval using new shared document review features. And you’ll learn how to create interactive forms and track responses within Acrobat, add signatures and security to PDF files, work with companion Acrobat apps, and much more.
All of the project files used in the book’s lessons are available for download.
Getting Started1. Introducing Adobe Acrobat DC2. Creating Adobe PDF Files3. Reading and Working with PDF Files4. Enhancing PDF Documents5. Editing Content in PDF Files6. Using Acrobat on Mobile Devices7. Using Acrobat with Microsoft Office Files8. Combining Files9. Adding Signatures and Security10. Using Acrobat in a Review Cycle11. Working with Forms in Acrobat12. Using Actions (Acrobat Pro)13. Using Acrobat in Professional Printing