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Office and lab computers now have the Adobe Acrobat DC application, which is the new version of Adobe Acrobat X Pro. The Adobe Acrobat DC application is quite different from Acrobat X Pro. Following is a link to helpful video tutorials from Adobe to get y...
On your office computer, or on a lab computer, Adobe Acrobat does not need to be signed in to in order use the application. So, if when you start up Adobe Acrobat you are prompted to sign in, do the following to fix this issue: * close all Adobe appli...
If you've scanned a document into PDF format on your computer, you can easily turn it into an editable Word file. - Open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat. If the file opens automatically in Adobe Reader, right click on the file, then choose "Open With"...
Adobe Acrobat DC allows you to create a digital signature to be used when signing PDFs. You need to use Adobe Acrobat DC, and not Adobe Reader for the below instructions. * Start up Adobe Acrobat DC * * Windows Users: click on Start, All Program...
1. Start by creating your form in Word complete with a line after each part you want an answer to Example Name:___________ Date: _____________ etc. 2. When you're done, convert the Word document to a PDF. To do this click File>Save as PDF 3. Open...
If you use the Chrome browser and would refer to have viewing of PDF documents occur in Acrobat, rather than in the Chrome browser, do the following: * type CHROME://PLUGINS into the Chrome address bar * search for CHROME PDF VIEWER * click on...
These instructions are for turning PDFs into searchable PDFs using the Adobe Acrobat DC program. You need to be using the Adobe Acrobat DC program (not the Adobe Reader program). To be able to search for text within a PDF, do the following: * open t...