In this course, you will cover most of the Adobe Acrobat DC 2016 updates. You'll examine the new user interface; PDF Maker macro for Microsoft PowerPoint 2016; a more modern scanner interface; improved, touch-friendly Commenting Features; support for Box, OneDrive, SharePoint for Mac, and more.
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.
May 2016 Updates Adobe has made several really useful improvements to Acrobat DC, with the May 2016 release. In this short course, we'll start by looking at the new user interface, which includes a dark gray theme consistent with Creative Cloud. Longtime users of Acrobat for Mac will be happy to see there's now a PDFMaker macro for Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 that supports creating hyperlinks. There's also a more modern scanner interface that makes it easier to scan documents. New and improved touch-friendly commenting features, including sort by page or color, plus, support for Box, OneDrive, SharePoint for Mac, and more. Of course, you'll need to be on the Continuous Update plan or have a Creative Cloud subscription for most of these updates, although a few are available with the Classic plan as indicated on the outline. To verify you have the latest available updates, choose Check for Updates from the Help menu. So let's take a look at what's new and improved with Acrobat DC.