Coming Soon: The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC

Pamela Myers and Daniel Siegel’s new book, The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, has gone into production. Published by the American Bar Association, the book is a comprehensive guide for anyone who uses the software. Every chapter contains step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing how to use the program so that users can quickly maximize the power of this software. The book, which contains nearly 300 screenshots, covers virtually every feature, including:

  • Getting to Know the Acrobat Workspace
  • Navigating PDF Documents
  • Working with Toolbars and Task Panes
  • Changing User Preferences
  • Creating and Saving PDFs
  • Converting Web Pages to PDF
  • Creating PDFs from Microsoft Outlook Emails
  • Saving/Exporting PDF Files to Other Formats
  • Arranging and Manipulating PDFs
  • Combining Files
  • Editing and Displaying PDF Content
  • Numbering Pages and Adding Backgrounds
  • Using Headers and Footers, Watermarks and Other Background Features
  • Commenting
  • OCRing (Making Text Searchable) and Searching PDFs
  • Creating, Modifying, and Working With Forms
  • Redacting Text
  • Bates Numbering
  • Adding Security Settings to a PDF
  • Using Electronic and Digital Signatures
  • Using Actions and Custom Commands
  • Using Acrobat’s Accessibility Features 

The book is expected to go on sale in the fall.

In addition, Pam and Dan lecture frequently about how to use Acrobat (in addition to providing on-site training to law firms and business about Acrobat).  Their next two programs (on behalf of the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education) are (1) May 24, 2017 in Woodbridge, New Jersey and (2) June 16, 2017 in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

Click here for information about the May 24th Woodbridge program.

Click here for information about the June 16th Mount Laurel program.

You can learn more about Dan and Pam’s training and other services by clicking here and visiting the Integrated Technology Services website or clicking here and sending an email.

 

 

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