One of the most popular, and powerful, features of Adobe Acrobat is its ability to secure PDF documents. Documents can be locked to prevent unauthorized individuals from opening and/or editing both their structure and contents. But, did you know that Acrobat doesn't just have one type of security method, it has three! Most intermediate to advanced users of Acrobat have already learned how to password-protect their PDF documents. But simple password protection is the least flexible and least powerful forms of security in the program.
Join Adobe Certified Expert, Jim Maivald, Adobe Certified Expert in Acrobat and author of Acrobat X Essentials at TotalTraining.com, who will describe and demonstrate all the available security measures available to Acrobat users.
The topics that will be covered include how to:
* Utilize security features in Acrobat
* Implement PDF security
* Secure documents within a workgroup
* Create a digital ID and signature, and
* Modify and/or remove existing PDF security
Contact Name: Riana Mendelsohn
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