Webinar: Adobe Acrobat X (Ver 10) – What’s New and Different

Description

Every CPA finds himself / herself spending more and more time working with PDF files. Adobe Acrobat is by far the most popular software used by CPAs
to create, edit, annotate and secure PDF files. Adobe Systems released their newest version; Acrobat X and now many CPAs are preparing to upgrade to
this release. This course will review the completely revamped user interface to help you learn how to locate all the features you are accustomed to using in earlier releases of Adobe Acrobat. We will also review all of the new features in Acrobat X including the new Action wizard to automate and standardize procedures, improved scanning features, MS Office integration, online forms creation and distribution, online document storage and PDF portfolio enhancements.

Learning Objectives

Get you up to speed on the new Acrobat X interface quickly.
Learn how to take advantage of the new Acrobat X features to improve your productivity with PDF files
Help you decide if you should upgrade to Acrobat X

Major Topics

Review of the new and completely revamped user interface.
Introduction to the powerful new Action wizard to automate standardized processes.
Review of new file sharing features including the Adobe Send Now Online applications.
Review of the Sanitize Document feature to help prevent sending inappropriate data inside your PDF files.
Revamped printing dialogue interface.
How to use the new Online Forms tool to streamline data collection via the web.
Review of the new integration with MS Office.

Provider
CPA Crossings, LLC
Course Level
Update
CPE Field of Study
Computer Sciences
2.0
Instructor(s)
John Higgins
Prerequisites

Basic familiarity with Adobe Acrobat software

Advanced Preparation

None

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When
Jun 26, 2012
3:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location
Online
Total CPE Credits
2.0
Format
Webinar
Instructor
John Higgins

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