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Learn how to take static PDF documents and turn them into interactive forms with Acrobat DC.
Explores the e-signature, continuity, and document administration and control features of Adobe Document Cloud, a new service for managing PDFs across multiple platforms.
Learn how to mark up PDFs, fill out PDF-based forms, and electronically sign documents with Acrobat Reader DC.
Learn how to use Adobe Connect to run meetings, connect with learners online, and record standalone presentations.
Demonstrates all of the major features of Audition and prepares sound editors to start enhancing and correcting audio—whether it's music, dialogue, or other sound effects.
A succinct introduction to the latest version of Adobe's versatile audio editing application.
Teaches the additions and improvements in GoLive 9, the popular web design application.
Delves into the process of using Dreamweaver CS3 to develop a fully interactive, accessible site.
A quick guide to Acrobat 8 Professional for beginners or those who want to learn this version's new features.
Quickly get up to speed with the latest version of GoLive.
Take PDFs to the next level by adding interactive elements such as links, bookmarks, and form fields.
Covers the most significant enhancements and changes to Adobe Acrobat Standard and Professional.
Learn how to take your PDFs to the next level by adding interactivity: links, bookmarks, and form fields.
Garrick Chow shows how to turn PDFs into dynamic, interactive documents.
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