Adobe Acrobat Training Courses

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Adobe Acrobat is a unique suite of applications (Acrobat Professional, Acrobat Reader, Acrobat Distiller, Acrobat Catalog) which enables the creation of portable document format (PDF) files. Once converted to PDF, documents can be viewed by anyone who downloads the freely available Acrobat Reader with all their original layout, pagination and graphic content intact. Because of their extremely compact file size, PDF documents constitute an ideal way of distributing documents over the web, via email or on CD-ROM. Adobe Acrobat PDFs are also now used as the highly efficient method of delivering publications to prepress agencies.

We offer two one day courses on Acrobat: Intro-Intermediate and advanced, though clients requiring in-house training often prefer a single two day course. We can organise in-house Acrobat training anywhere in the UK.

Basic Acrobat Training

Our introduction to Acrobat course assumes no prior knowledge of the Acrobat suite and teaches users how to generate PDF files from packages such as Microsoft Word and add basic enhancements to the PDF file using Acrobat 8 Professional.

Advanced Acrobat Training

Our Acrobat Advanced course includes such topics as the creation of customised job options in Acrobat Distiller, the use of Acrobat Catalog and the creation of interactive forms.

Adobe Acrobat Training

On-site Acrobat training

We can offer you customised on-site training on this package at just £495 plus VAT, per day, for up to 10 users, wherever you are in the UK: West Midlands, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Tyne And Wear, Cumbria, West Midlands, Nottinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Avon, Somerset, North Yorkshire, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Lancashire, Surrey, Greater London, West Yorkshire, Hampshire, Humberside, Cleveland, Cornwall, Shropshire, Somerset, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Norfolk...

Downloading the Acrobat free trial version

Adobe offer a trial version of Acrobat Professional. It can be downloaded at the following URL:

http://www.adobe.com/downloads/

The Acrobat tryout version is a fully functional copy of the product which simply expires after 30 days.

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