In this course, you'll be going step by step on how to convert existing files to forms. Then you'll make appropriate design decisions for mobile-friendly or printer-friendly forms. Finally, you'll add interactive buttons and boxes, plus many more tricks for doing basic and advanced calculations. By the end of this course you'll have all the tips and tricks to get the most out of Acrobat DC forms.
Bill Carberry has been using and teaching Adobe Acrobat as an Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor for Acrobat, Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop since 1996. He has a commercial printing background and enjoys providing simple solutions to complex problems, especially solving stubborn font problems.
Course Overview In this course, we cover working with forms with Acrobat DC. You'll be learning how to get the most out of acrobat by simplifying the forms production process. Whether you're starting with a scanned form, Microsoft Word or Excel file, or perhaps you prefer to use Adobe InDesign to automate creating and editing professionally-designed interactive forms. By the end of this course, you'll be able to quickly convert existing files to forms, make appropriate form design decisions for mobile-friendly or printer-friendly forms, add interactive buttons and boxes, plus many more tips and tricks for doing basic and advanced calculations. My name is Bill Carrberry, and I've been using and teaching Adobe Acrobat as an Adobe Certified Expert and instructor since it started shipping back in the mid 90's. Whether you're new to Acrobat or a long-time user, I can't wait to show you all of the latest and greatest tips and tricks to get the most out of Acrobat DC forms.