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Using Acrobat X in Education

Learn how to use Acrobat X in the world of education to create PDF, merge PDF and more.

By Steve Adler – August 18, 2010


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In this on-demand seminar, learn how to use Acrobat X in Education to create PDF, combine PDF and more. If you’re an educator, researcher or school administrator, this tutorial shows you how to use Acrobat workflows in the world of Education. Find out how you can benefit from Adobe PDF workflows that simplify the creation of everything from course packages and presentations to dissertations and design portfolios.

Here are just a few ways you can use Acrobat in Education:

  • Create PDF Portfolios
  • Digitally assess student coursework
  • Automate plan for student lessons and coursework
  • Convert theses and dissertations to media-rich, searchable, more secure PDF Portfolios
  • Improve the speed and reliability of electronic grading of student assignments
  • Improve classroom efficiency
  • Enhance communication throughout your educational community
  • Easily create and distribute curriculum, media-rich lesson plans, project materials, and homework assignments
  • Simplify and streamline administrative processes such as grading, record keeping, and more
  • Produce multimedia documents that make your work stand out

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