New Tutorials for Acrobat DC

Learn

Maybe you’re new to using Acrobat DC & Document Cloud and need a little help knowing where to start; maybe you’ve been using Acrobat X or Acrobat XI and need to get up to speed with the new version of Acrobat. Either way, we’ve got a totally reimagined collection of Acrobat DC tutorials to show you what’s new in Acrobat DC and how to use it. You can also walk through a hands-on project to pick up these skills as you follow the creation of a PDF business plan. You can always jump right in and see every single tutorial we’ve got, but we’ve also picked out a few highlights below if you want to start slow.

For the novice

Start with a short Overview of Acrobat DC to see what the product can do. From there, check out the new Acrobat DC interface and learn where to find the tools that will help you get your work done.

Beyond the basics

Now that you know how to get around, open up a tutorial to learn a new skill: Create a PDF file from a Microsoft Office document, or turn a scanned paper document into a searchable PDF. You can add a comment to a PDF file or organize the file’s pages; for more serious content recycling, you can export a PDF file to other formats.

Level up

Ready to do more with your PDF files? Try adding a password to prevent opening or editing. Combine several documents into a single PDF file. With your Document Cloud subscription, you can even
get an electronic signature
on a document, or send it to others and see when it’s been viewed or downloaded. There are so many more things you can do with Acrobat DC and Document Cloud that it would be a shame not to see them all. Check out our Acrobat Learn & Support page to browse through all of our new tutorials; you’ll be an Acrobat wizard in no time.


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Posted on 04-28-2015


Comments

  • By Louis Thomas - 6:19 AM on April 28, 2015   Reply

    Dear Rebecca

    Are (do you plan to make) any of these tutorial materials available in languages other than English (e.g. German and French) ?

    Do you have any specific tutorial materials that address the digital signature functionality and features of Adobe DC Premium, for users of personal digital certificates, including token-based “qualified digital certificates”, which are used for non-repudiation purposes exclusively, as in signing digital signature form fields in PDF documents for legal compliance ?

    Regards, Thomas

  • By Dermod O'Reilly - 1:11 PM on April 30, 2015   Reply

    I succeeded in filling in a PDF form, signing it and sending it. It arrived at its destination blank even though I had confirmed my account. I downloaded the blank document.
    I paid for the order specified in my PDF
    if I now confirm the order now with a 2nd PDF that means I have made two orders when I only need one
    Can you say why my document was blanked by your system,even when it was signed with my electronic signature?

    • By Document Cloud Team - 12:49 PM on May 6, 2015   Reply

      Hi Dermod,

      Did you fill out your form in Acrobat Reader or in Mac Preview? You definitely want to make sure you’re not using Preview because there is an issue in Preview that causes the form field data to disappear.
      Thanks,
      ^LK

  • By kuntzmd - 7:48 PM on May 8, 2015   Reply

    Would be nice to have a deadline to pdf reviews. Do you plan on bring that back to Acrobat DC?

    • By Document Cloud Team - 5:38 PM on May 12, 2015   Reply

      Hi Kuntzmd,

      The deadline feature can be found when using the Shared Review feature in Acrobat DC but not an Email Review. The same thing was true in Acrobat XI.

      Thanks,
      ^LK

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