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About

PDFs have become the standard for creating, analyzing, storing, and exchanging digital documents, for filing documents in courts with electronic filing systems, and for many other uses.

Join Pamela A Myers and Daniel J. Siegel, authors of The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, Second Edition, for this educational and informative program.

Topics to be covered:

Get to Know Adobe Acrobat

  • Learning to Use the Acrobat Workspace 
  • Opening PDF Files 
  • Navigating PDF Documents 
  • Working with Toolbars & Task Panes
  • Viewing PDFs• Printing • Using the Acrobat PDFMaker
  • Saving Files • Creating PDFs from Microsoft Outlook Emails

How to Make PDF Files Searchable & Editable

  • What is OCR?
  • OCRing PDFs
  • Making Scanned Text Editable & Searchable 
  • Protecting PDFs
  • Adding Text & Other Features

Using the Legal Features in Adobe Acrobat

  • Reducing File Size
  • Dealing with Electronically Filed Documents 
  • Redacting Text 
  • Bates Numbering 
  • & More!

Securing Your PDF Documents & Assuring Confidentiality

  • Viewing & Adding Security Settings to a PDF 
  • Using Security Envelopes 
  • Removing Hidden Information
  • Creating & Validating Digital Signatures 
  • Viewing & Setting Document Properties & Metadata
  • Making PDFs Accessible 

Recorded in April 2022.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Pamela A Myers
Daniel J. Siegel Esq. Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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