Adobe Acrobat XI Pro (Beginner Level)


During this 3 week course, students will learn how to navigate the Adobe Acrobat Pro XI environment and harness the features and capabilities of the software to create and develop both PDF read-only documents and interactive forms. Students will complete a number of mini-projects over the course of three 3-hour live sessions. Students will be expected to devote 1-3 hours each week outside of class for developing their projects.

Each session is delivered in a live, interactive online environment via Adobe Connect.

Session Dates:
Held each Tuesday for 3 consecutive weeks

Time for each session is 1 – 4 p.m. (EST)

Registration & Cost

To register for the course, click the Register button below and complete the registration process.

Price: $295


  • Introduction to Adobe Acrobat Pro XI
  • Navigating the Adobe Acrobat Pro Environment
  • Creating Read-only and Interactive Adobe PDF Documents
  • Enhancing & Editing PDF Documents
  • Converting Existing Microsoft Office Documents into PDF Documents
  • Saving and exporting PDF Documents into MS Office Documents


The Center uses Adobe Connect for delivering live training via the Web. In order to attend The Center’s virtual classes, please review the following technical requirements below to ensure you will be able to access and participate in the course:


Course will be taught using a Windows Environment. Students will need to use the Windows version of Adobe Acrobat Pro XI for class sessions and homework.

  • Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7/8
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer, versions 7-10; Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10.3 or later

To be completed before first class session:
As this course is designed to be interactive, with students being assigned project work in between class sessions, students must have access to a working version of Adobe Acrobat Pro XI. A 30-day, fully functional trial version can be downloaded from Adobe’s website. The trial version can be used at no cost through the end of the 30-day trial window.

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