With the holiday season upon us, I’d like to take this moment to give thanks for…. Adobe Acrobat! Just think of how much better life is with PDF files: They are completely portable between platforms and programs; your graphics, layouts, and fonts are preserved; and they support interactive elements. Need I say more? Well, there is more — in the form of many more new features in Adobe Acrobat XI, and Chad Chelius is here to tell you all about it in his new course Acrobat XI Workshop. You’ll learn how to become a PDF master using powerful new features like enhanced text– and image-editing capabilities, support for web forms and electronic signatures, and improved compatibility with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
In this workshop, Chad shows you multiple ways to create a PDF file, as well as how to navigate a PDF and add bookmarks and links. You’ll also learn cool tricks for sharing PDF files, using the FormsCentral application, and collaborating with others. In this free lesson, Chad demonstrates how to create a PDF from a web page — which is mighty useful for saving a web page to view while traveling or putting a page into another document. You’ll avoid some potentially frustrating pitfalls, thanks to some timely tips. Take a look!