Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional

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Overview Become a master of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional with Study365 and you’ll have a professional and well-recognised certificate on …


Become a master of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional with Study365 and you’ll have a professional and well-recognised certificate on your CV, making you more employable and helping you to progress in your career. This course has been created by expert teachers and will teach you to enable a form so Reader users can save it after they complete it, Generate automatic PDF archival of email from Outlook, and much more! Get your job done faster and be more efficient with Study365.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, tutor support and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

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  • Administrators
  • Business professionals
  • HR professionals
  • Secretaries
  • Receptionists
  • Legal secretaries
  • Students
  • Graduates
  • Job seekers

This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the following key modules:

  • Module 01 Overview
  • Module 02 Adding Controls to a Web Page
  • Module 03 Getting Around
  • Module 04 Create: Making a PDF
  • Module 05 Create: Using Distiller®
  • Module 06 Combine: Hybrid Documents
  • Module 07 Combine: Linking
  • Module 08 Combine: Repurposing Content
  • Module 09 Collect: More Than PDF
  • Module 10 Collaborate: Commenting
  • Module 11 Collaborate: Initiating Reviews
  • Module 12 Collaborate: Managing Comments
  • Module 13 Control: Securing & Signing
  • Module 14 Basic Forms
  • Module 15 Advanced Forms
  • Module 16 Forms Workflow
  • Module 17 Prepress & Graphics
  • Module 18 Acrobat 3D
  • Module 19 Presentations
  • Module 20 Archiving & Searching
  • Module 21 Optimizing a PDF
  • Module 22 Working With Layers

You will have 12 Months access to your online study platform from the date you purchased the course. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can complete the course in stages revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.

Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

By doing this course, you will be able to gain a vast amount of knowledge and skills since you will learn all about the software and web services which have been developed by Adobe. Learn the best way to create, view, print, manipulate and manage your files into a PDF. This course will involve many useful skills for you when working in an organisation. A career with bright prospects await you with the completion of this course. According to, some of the key job positions along with the average UK salary per annum you can go for after completing this course will be as follows.

  • Office Administrator - £17,472 per annum
  • Secretary - £19,554 per annum
  • Receptionist - £16,297 per annum
  • Legal Secretary - £18,879 per annum
  • Executive Assistant - £30,567 per annum
  • Small Business Owner - £24,297 per annum
  • Business Development Manager - £34,106 per annum
  • Senior Business Analyst - £48,575 per annum
  • Human Resources (HR) Manager - £35,483 per annum
  • Human Resources (HR) Manager - £47,014 per annum

Tim Plumer, Jr. has a ten-plus year history implementing and selling Acrobat-based solutions for the business and graphics community, and he loves Acrobat because of the depth of the tool. His company, Working Words & Graphics helps customers implement and use Acrobat and PDF in a variety of interesting ways-all with the goal of saving time, money and energy. He worked at Adobe as an Acrobat Applications Engineer, a Business Development Manager, and Account manager. Tim has also developed and led his own printing software integration and training company, written for several graphic arts titles, and continues to provide technical editing services for a variety of authors.

Course Curriculum

Free Introduction
Acrobat 8 Professional FREE 00:02:01
Part 01 – The 5 C’s of Adobe® Acrobat®
1: Overview
1. Converting to PDF
2. Combining PDF Documents
3. Adding a Highlight & a Bookmark
4. Adding Attachments
5. Using Review & Comment Functionality
6. Setting Permissions & Passwords
2: Adding Controls to a Web Page
1. Exploring New Ways to Create a New File
2. Combining Files into a Single PDF
3. Updating Watermarks, Headers & Footers
4. Assembling Documents into a PDF Package
5. Distributing Forms & Collecting Data
6. Collaborate with Shared Review & Commenting
7. Collaborate with Acrobat Connect ™ & Typewriter
8. Control PDFs with Online Services & Redaction
3: Getting Around
1. Using the Getting Started Window
2. Using the Pages Panel & the Navigation Tools
3. Using the Pan & Zoom Window & the Loupe Tool
4. Searching a PDF File
5. Working with the Navigation Panels
6. Customizing Toolbars
7. Customizing Preferences & Using the Help System
4: Create: Making a PDF
1. Using the Print Function to Create a PDF File
2. Converting Microsoft® Word Documents to Adobe PDF
3. Converting Excel Documents to Adobe PDF
4. Converting PowerPoint® Documents to Adobe PDF
5. Converting to Adobe PDF from the Contextual Menu
6. Converting a Scanned Document into a PDF
7. Converting a Web Page to a PDF
8. Creating a New PDF from a Blank Page
9. Creating a PDF from an Adobe Application
5: Create: Using Distiller®
1. The Adobe PDF Settings
2. Adjusting Image Settings
3. Compressing Color Images
4. Compressing Grayscale & Monochrome Images
5. Setting a Policy
6. Adjusting Font Settings
7. Exploring Color & Advanced Settings
8. Saving Your Adobe PDF Settings
9. Producing a PDF File
10. Creating a Watched Folder
6: Combine: Hybrid Documents
1. Using the Pages Palette
2. Cropping & Sorting Pages
3. Using the Organizer
4. Combining Files & Editing Bookmarks
5. Deleting & Rotating Pages
6. Working with Bookmarks
7. Setting Bookmark Actions & Initial View
8. Adding Headers & Footers
9. Adding a Watermark to Specifc Pages
7: Combine: Linking
1. Creating a Link to Open a Web Page
2. Creating a Link to a Specifc Page View
3. Creating a Link to Open a File
4. Creating a Custom Link Action
5. Creating & Linking to Named Destinations
8: Combine: Repurposing Content
1. Extracting Pages & Exporting to Word
2. Exporting as a TIFF
3. Using the TouchUp Object Tool
4. Exporting to an HTML Web Page
5. Using the Select Tool & Opening a Table in Excel
6. Using the TouchUp Text Tool
7. Using the OCR Text Recognition Tool
8. Using the Typewriter Tool
9: Collect: More Than PDF
1. Attaching Files to a PDF
2. Creating a PDF Package
3. Using Outlook® to Create a Package from Email
4. Setting Up Automatic Archival
5. Initiating a Data Collection Work.ow
6. Using Forms to Create a Data Set
10: Collaborate: Commenting
1. Adding a Comment Using Sticky Notes
2. Formatting Comment Text
3. Using the Text Edits Tools
4. Using the Highlight, Shape & Pencil Tools
5. Using the Stamp Tool
6. Creating a Signature Stamp
7. Using the Text Box Tool
8. Using the Callout Tool
9. Adjusting Sticky Note Properties
10. Setting Commenting Preferences & Printing
11: Collaborate: Initiating Reviews
1. Creating a Review-Ready PDF
2. Initiating an Email Based Review
3. Sending & Reviewing Comments in an Email Review
4. Initiating the Shared Review
5. Publish & Check Comments in a Shared Review
6. Using the Review Tracker
7. Starting a Meeting with Acrobat Connect
12: Collaborate: Managing Comments
1. Understanding the Comments Palette
2. Sorting Comments
3. Filtering Comments
4. Summarizing Comments
5. Comparing Documents
13: Control: Securing & Signing
1. Creating a Password Driven Security Policy
2. Setting a Password to Restrict Editing
3. Managing Security Policies
4. Creating a Certificate Based Policy
5. Choose Recipients for a Certificate Protected PDF
6. Hosting a Security Service
7. Creating & Using Digital Signatures
8. Managing Trusted Identities
9. Certify a PDF & Add a Handwritten Signature
10. Creating a Security Envelope
11. Closing Comments & Credits
Part 02 – Advanced Adobe® Acrobat®
1: Basic Forms
1. Creating a Text Field
2. Choosing Text Field Properties
3. Formatting & Duplicating Date Fields
4. Calculating & Formatting Field Values
5. Creating Check Boxes
6. Using the Combo & List Tools
7. Working with Radio Buttons
8. Duplicating Fields
2: Advanced Forms
1. Duplicating Form Elements
2. Working with Icons
3. Adding Text Labels
4. Editing Button Actions
5. Showing/Hiding Text & Buttons
6. Controlling Page Actions & Fit to Window
3: Forms Workflow
1. Initiating a Forms Workflow
2. Distributing a Form
3. Initiating a Data Collection Work.ow
4. Using Collected Form Data
5. Creating a Form from an Existing Document
6. Creating a Form from an Electronic Document
7. Creating a Form Based on a Spreadsheet
8. Collecting Data Manually
4: Prepress & Graphics
1. Anticipating Problems When Creating a PDF/X
2. Sharing Settings & Con.guring InDesign®
3. Examining a PDF File for Problems
4. Creating Preflight Profiles
5. Using Preflight Profiles
6. Fixing Common Problems
7. Printing a PDF File
5: Acrobat 3D
1. Adding a 3D File
2. Navigating in 3D Space
3. Managing Views
4. Examining a Model
5. Creating a Cross Section
6. Commenting Workflows
6: Presentations
1. Combining Files into a Single PDF for Presentation
2. Adding Navigation to a Presentation
3. Adding Sound to a Button
4. Adding a Soundtrack to a Presentation
5. Adding Video to a Presentation
6. Customizing Acrobat for Professional Presenting
7: Archiving & Searching
1. Searching a PDF File
2. Creating an Index
3. Searching an Index
4. Using Redaction
5. Exploring the PDF/A Format
8: Optimizing a PDF
1. Checking PDF Accessibility
2. Repairing PDF Accessibility
3. Reducing File Size
4. Using the PDF Optimizer
5. Using the Redaction Tool
6. Working with Bates Numbering
7. Using Batch Processing
9: Working With Layers
1. Introducing Layers & Visibility
2. Setting the Default State
3. Working with Layer Properties
4. Resetting, Merging & Flattening Layers
5. Creating a Button to Control Layer Actions
6. Closing Comments & Credits

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