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Acrobat 7 Professional: Advanced
Course Code: CT12-821

Generating high-quality PDFs
PDF generation methods
PDF file attributes
PDF settings

Managing color
Color management basics
Color management workflow
Soft proofing colors
Converting colors

Color separations
Color separation setup
Separations preview
Ink Manager
Transparency flattening
Printing color separations
Preflighting and validation
Print problems
Preflight profiles
Preflight reports
Preflight droplets

Interactive PDF forms
Forms and Adobe Designer
Creating a form
Form fields
Modifying a form
Testing a form
After completing this course, students will know how to:
  • Identify appropriate techniques for generating PDF files for prepress use; specify an appropriate default settings file for generating a PDF document; and use the Adobe PDF Settings dialog box to create a custom settings file.
  • Define color management and specify color management preferences; specify Distiller?s color management settings for PDF conversion; use the Output Preview dialog box to soft proof colors in Acrobat; and convert a file?s colors to the intended destination color space.
  • Adjust box sizes, specify printer marks, and fix hairlines; use the Output Preview dialog box to preview separations and to display color warnings; use the Ink Manager dialog box to control ink colors; use the Trap Presets dialog box to specify trap settings; preview transparency flattening and specify settings for transparency flattening; and use the Print command to print color separations.
  • Identify potential problems that can occur in a print production workflow; use Preflight profiles to identify potential printing problems in a PDF document; create and save a report detailing preflight results for a PDF document; create a preflight droplet for a specific preflight profile; and use the Preflight dialog box to determine if a PDF document is PDF/X compliant.
  • Discuss PDF forms and customize the Adobe Designer environment; use Adobe Designer to create a new form; use the Library palette to add objects to a form; modify form objects; and preview a form?s appearance and test its fields.
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