Adobe Acrobat has become the industry standard format for distributing electronic documents over the Internet, but that doesn't mean it's easy to use! However, with a few tips & tricks up your sleeve, you can make complex, interactive documents as easily as writing on paper with a pen.
In this 4-hour tutorial-video program you'll learn essential survival skills for using Adobe Acrobat 9, including formating text, adding images, and creating graphs & tables. You'll also learn how to make forms and secure documents so they can't be changed after they leave the safety of your computer.
This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch it all. Use the search functions and detailed menus to quickly find important topics - that's the essence of Nonlinear Educating using N.E.D.!
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Jan Bliddal wrote on October 22, 2009
An excellent tutorial at the qualitylevel I have come to expect from this company. I have mostly bought the Final Cut Studio related tutorials as I am mostly Videoediting in my sparetime. I do however work for a large Mac and PC reseller in Denmark that happens to be one of the Adobe licenses Centers as one of the Adobe licenses specialists among other things. Adobe whants to spread the possibilities of creating pdf files in Acrobat and we have thus recieved Acrobat pro extended to play with. It is however a very daunting taske, but this Video and the video about forms has really helped me create pdf files and portfolios I would not have been able to create without these totorials. I haven't watched all of the tutorial, but I have been able to find a tutorial about a specific problem everytime I needed to do something specific. I am sure my Acrobat skills will improve tremendously as I explore this and the forms tutorial
Hisham wrote on October 21, 2009
I liked these tutorials because Ted guides you through the different aspects of the PDF world and shows you real examples. I would have liked to see a little more on a Mac, as there are some differences, but that's okay too. All in all, very useful information. Thanks Ted.
Bernard Phelan wrote on May 5, 2009
I'm really glad I came across your web site. I'm even more pleased with the Tutorials that i downloaded they are excellent.
Would definately recommend them to others.
Sid wrote on February 9, 2009
Being a medical person, I am trying to learn how to create decent pdf files for teaching purposes. I am working on this but the material seems laid out in an easy to understand format. These videos seem to serve that purpose.
Gavin Cullen wrote on December 3, 2008
I've used Acrobat for six years and only now learning all it is capable of. Thanks for making it easy to learn for someone who believes he knows it all!