Course Features

Using Adobe Acrobat Pro allows you to quickly create forms and collect responses. You can convert an existing document or a Word table, into a fillable form, or use professional templates to quickly establish a new form. Then, you can transfer the table according to your needs – send via e-mail, managed through Microsoft SharePoint servers, or transform into an online form for instant result analysis.  Attending this course will allow you to:

  • Create, editing and signing PDF documents using Adobe Acrobat Pro.
  • Learn the basic operation, printing operation, security operation, form creation of Adobe Acrobat Pro XI(11) , which covers the applications of documentation and review comprehensively.

Course Duration

6 hrs

Course Fee



  • Working knowledge of Windows

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Mastering Acrobat 11 Professional

Why Adobe Acrobat Pro?

Every professional has an opportunity to work on documentation tasks, for example, creating fillable forms, review of architectural drawings, making portfolios and eBooks, etc. Adobe Acrobat the most straightforward solution in this digital era.

This courses teaches the basic operation, printing operation, security operation, form creation, and other related functions of Adobe Acrobat Pro XI (11), which covers the applications in documentation and review comprehensively.

Create PDF

Review Documents

Scan to PDF

Create Forms

Using the work area
Using menus and tools
Using context menus

Opening old pdf file
Creating a blank pdf file

Page through a document
About Bookmarks
Navigating with Bookmarks
Navigating with Page Thumbnails
Navigate with links
About Article Threads
Reading Article Threads
Search in multiple PDF files

Magnifying and reducing the view
Set the page layout and orientation
Reading documents in Full Screen View

Convert a file to PDF
Scan a paper document to PDF
Recognize text in scanned documents
Correct OCR text in PDFs
Creating PDF files from multiple files
Creating merged PDFs and PDF packages
Creating PDF files by using Adobe PDF Printer
Creating PDF files from Microsoft Office application files
Creating Portfolio
Creating PDF files from Microsoft Outlook email messages
Convert web pages to PDF in Internet Explorer (Windows)
Converting web pages by specifying a URL

Touch up text tool
Place an image or object
Move or edit an object
Extracting all the text from a PDF file
Extracting all images from a PDF file
Cropping pages
Rotating pages
Extracting, moving and copying pages
Moving and copying using tagged bookmarks
Deleting and replacing pages
Inserting multimedia files
Creating Bookmarks
Header and footer
Background and watermark

About adding comments
Commenting and markup tools
Add a sticky note
Mark up text with edits
Adding stamp comments
Create a custom stamp
Adding attachments as comments
Using the comments list
Using Email Review

To print a PDF document
Print a comment summary

Adding passwords and setting
Security options

About Adobe PDF forms
Using Acrobat vs. LiveCycle Designer
Form elements in Acrobat
To create a form field in Acrobat
Setting Acrobat form field properties
About the Create New Forms wizard

What is PDF?

PDF stands for “Portable Document Format”. It is a file format developed by Adobe, which is a standard of open file exchange recognized by ISO. When documents, forms, images and websites are converted to PDF, what you print is what you see. Differs from classic document prints, PDF can include clickable links, buttons, form fields, video, audio, and logics that help automate routine business procedures. When PDF is shared, readers can open with free Adobe Reader either on personal computers or portable devices.

What is the difference between Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Acrobat?

Adobe Acrobat Reader is freeware for reading PDF. Adobe Acrobat is used to edit, sharing and manage PDF; it has to be purchased.

Is Adobe Acrobat the only editor of PDF?

No. However in daily documentation and review applications, Adobe Acrobat Pro is the most straight-forward tool. When PDF is used on graphic design, it can be edited using Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator. Shall you have such a need, please browse to Form.Welkin’s 「Diploma in Grpahic Design with Photoshop & Illustrator」. For word processing application, Microsoft Word 2013 enables importing and editing functions for PDF. Shall you have such a need, please access to Welkin Computer Training and seek for the appropriate programme.