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Over 3 Hours of Free Video Tutorials for New Adobe Acrobat X (10)

Get Free Online Video Training for Adobe Acrobat X

We’ve previously featured over 17 hours of free video tutorials for Creative Suite 5, plus three hours for Lightroom 3 – so here’s a brand new set for the recently-released Adobe Acrobat X Pro & Standard… In the free courses below, product experts share how to get started, the basics of the software, overviews of major new features, how to use key tools and functions, plus their favorite tips and most useful techniques. In total, there are three courses with 3½ hours of free content, spanning over 57 separate chapters.

If you need a copy of Acrobat X Pro to get going, you can just download a free 30-day trial.

Learn Adobe Acrobat X
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Ch Topic Runtime
01 Getting Started in Acrobat X 05:19
02 Getting Started: The Basics of Commenting 06:19
03 Getting Started: The Basics of Reviewing 06:07
04 Getting Started: The Basics of Editing a PDF Document 06:53
05 Getting Started: Creating Simple Forms 03:01
06 Getting Started: Converting Scanned Documents into a PDF File 03:13
07 Converting PDF Files to Other File Formats 05:45
08 How to Customize Your PDF Portfolio 05:46
09 How to Create Actions 04:59
10 Creating PDF Files from a Web Browser 03:58
11 Saving Search Results in Acrobat 05:21
12 Manipulating Pages in Acrobat 05:34
13 How to Track Your Review in Acrobat 05:13
14 Using Sharepoint with Acrobat X 03:45
15 Creating and Combining Files in Acrobat 05:46
16 What Is a PDF Portfolio? 04:55
17 Working in PDF Portfolios 05:09
18 Creating PDF Files from Microsoft Office 05:23
19 Comparing Documents 05:30
20 Adding Interactivity to PDF Files 04:40
21 Adding Rich Media to PDF Files 07:37
22 Using Adobe Sendnow 03:00
23 How to Remove Hidden Information 04:41
24 Recognizing Text in Scanned PDF Documents 04:41
25 Converting Scanned PDF Files to Other File Formats 05:23
26 How to Protect PDF Documents 08:23
27 Removing Sensitive Information 06:46
28 Using Digital Signatures in a PDF File 07:53
29 How to Digitally Sign a Document with Adobe Reader 06:56
30 Managing Form Data 05:19
31 How to Send a PDF Form with 05:46

The Top Ten Features of Adobe Acrobat X
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Ch Topic Runtime
01 Lori’s Top 10 Capabilities 03:08
02 Action Wizard 01:24
03 PDF Portfolios using Acrobat X 01:31
04 SendNow 00:53
05 Review and Comment Using Acrobat X 01:21
06 Fillable Forms Using Acrobat X 01:17
07 PDF Document Comparison 01:07
08 Content Deletion Using Acrobat X 00:53
09 Scanning and OCR 01:24
10 Adobe Reader Enablement 01:24
11 Rich Media Insertion with Acrobat X 01:14

Adobe Acrobat X ePortfolio Workshop
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Ch Topic Runtime
01 What is an ePortfolio? 01:04
02 What Goes into an ePortfolio? 02:29
03 Preparing a PDF for an ePortfolio 01:36
04 Converting and Using PDF Documents 03:39
05 Reviewing Teacher Comments in a PDF Document 01:40
06 Using Rich Media 01:47
07 Preparing Photos 03:32
08 Preparing Audio 03:26
09 Preparing Video 02:32
10 Organizing and Adding Files to the ePortfolio 02:20
11 Adding Information About Your Files 02:03
12 Making Your ePortfolio Personal 01:04
13 Choosing a Layout 01:34
14 Making a Common Design Throughout Your ePortfolio 01:56
15 Deciding on a Color Palette 01:30
16 Finishing Your ePortfolio 02:21

See more detailed coverage on the key new features in Acrobat X, as well as the differences between earlier versions (Acrobat 10 versus 9, 8, and 7).

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  1. steven mccune

    Hello, I’m very pleased with Adobe not just for their free downloads (Flash Player and PDF readers) but also for their student discount on Acrobat X Pro, when you factor in the free video tutorials i’m very pleased.

    I’ve registered my X Pro with Adobe and now i wish to join their customer assistance website, so that i can learn more than just the basics about PDF files.

    steven mccune

    P.S. I am pleased that my PC is becoming useful tool and not just a way to social websites.

    • Great Steven, glad you’re getting a lot out of these! In fact, Adobe is adding more free tutorial content all the time – so if you explore that Support Center, you’ll probably find even more…

      Thanks for your comment and the kind words, and good luck with your work!

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