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  • Anne Kolaczyk | BA, Elmhurst College; instructional designer/instructor, University of Notre Dame, Office of Information Technology

PDF documents are no longer static documents in a format used only for easy sharing. With Adobe Acrobat Professional, you can create PDFs, manipulate their pages, edit and add text, and add security controls, interactive fields and redact sensitive data, as well as prepare files for commercial printing. Learn to get the most from your PDFs with these new classes.

Getting Started with Adobe® Acrobat XI Pro [Level 1]

This class is for those who have limited experience with PDFs. In it, you will learn the methods of creating PDFs and how to modify the document by inserting, deleting, and replacing pages. You’ll work with bookmarks and links, edit existing text, insert headers, footers and page numbers, and add security with encryption and digital signatures.

Prerequisite | Basic familiarity with computer use; Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.

3 hours | 0.3 CEU

Fri. | Feb. 28 | 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
South Bend                      

Moving Ahead with Adobe® Acrobat XI Pro

This class is for those who have some experience with manipulating PDFs. In it, you will learn the pros and cons of the various form creation tools, how to use each to create or modify interactive forms, as well as how to collect the data electronically. You’ll also learn how to add text, manipulate objects in a PDF, perform Optical Character Recognition on scanned documents, and ready PDFs for distribution by redacting sensitive data.

Prerequisite | Getting Started with Adobe® Acrobat Professional. Call 574-520-4261 to request permission to waive the prerequisite class.

3 hours | 0.3 CEU

Fri. | Feb. 28 | 1-4 p.m.
South Bend