Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat is an application that allows you to connect with your documents, access essential PDF and e-signature tools, and make collaboration on PDF reviews easy from any device.

Here is a list of uses for the Adobe Acrobat DC app:

  • Create protected PDFs
    • Prevent others from copying or editing sensitive information
  • Edit PDF text and images 
    • Fix a typo or swap an image in a PDF from your computer, iPad, or Android tablet
  • Convert creative filed and images to PDF
    • Turn Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign files into PDFs
  • Simplify and speed up PDF reviews
    • Collect group feedback in one PDF file online with no reviewer login required. Let reviewers see ea h other's feedback and clear up any confusion with @-mentions
  • Export PDFs to Office
    • Convert PDFs to Word, Excel, or Powerpoint and keep the formatting

Getting started with Acrobat as an MLML student

Firstly, please visit our Adobe Creative Cloud Information and Installation page to get information on how to access and download Adobe applications for free through your student account

Second, to find out how to use the Acrobat DC app to design and edit your documents, take a look at the following tutorials from Adobe's website

 


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