Mary Hammel, Catalyst Technology and Media Services, will present Using Adobe Acrobat DC on the iPad with an Acrobat Pro license, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, via Zoom. The Acrobat DC iPad app is a great solution for working with your documents on the go.
Combined with an Acrobat Pro license (available inexpensively through K-State), you can create, edit, comment, share, sign, and export (to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and RTF) documents. You can convert images to PDF. The Pro license comes with at least 2GB of storage access in Adobe’s Document Cloud – that’s the DC part – along with Mobile Link, access to any recently viewed PDFs across desktop, web and mobile apps.
Topics to be covered:
- Using Document Cloud and Mobile Link
- Adding comments/annotations
- Editing text
- Exporting PDFs to Word/Excel/PowerPoint/RTF
- Creating PDFs from Microsoft documents, Photos, or the iPad Camera
- Organizing pages: reorder, rotate, delete
- Adobe Fill & Sign
Sign in to the session at ksu.zoom.us/j/738417925 a few minutes early so you don’t miss any of this 15-minute talk. If you have any questions, contact Cathy Rodriguez (cathyr@k‑state.edu).