G Com Solutions Limited deliver onsite Adobe Acrobat Training all over the UK. We customize our Apple Keynote Training to match our client’s specific requirements.
Adobe Acrobat is a unique collection of applications and utilities (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 and via email. Adobe Acrobat PDFs is also used as a highly efficient method of delivering publications to prepress agencies.
We offer four one day courses on Acrobat: introduction, advanced, forms and accessibility, and we can also organise in-house training anywhere in the UK.
Our introduction to Acrobat course is suitable for delegates with little or no experience of using Acrobat. On this basic Adobe Acrobat training course, delegates will learn how to create PDF documents both for printing and for online delivery. They will then learn how to enhance PDF files by adding navigation elements such as bookmarks and links as well as comments and annotations. The course also teaches tecnhiques for manipulating PDF pages and content, and how to prepare PDF documents for different forms of distribution.
Our Advanced Adobe Acrobat course is suitable for delegates with a few months experience of using Acrobat Professional or who have attended an introduction to Acrobat. Our advanced Adobe Acrobat training course shows delegates how to use Acrobat’s multimedia features, how to create interactive forms, add security features to their PDFs, creating indexes to make PDF files searchable and automate operations by using actions.
Our Adobe Acrobat Forms course is designed for beginners and covers: introduction to form concepts; designing forms; creating pdfs; creating and editing forms; building forms in Adobe InDesign cs6 or later; special features; using calculations in forms; and distributing forms.
Our Adobe Acrobat Accessibility course is is designed for beginners and covers: understanding Accessibility; Accessibility in pdf files; making an existing pdf file Accessible; creating an Accessible pdf file from Word; creating an Accessible pdf file from PowerPoint and Excel; and creating an Accessible pdf file from Adobe InDesign.