Getting Help in Adobe Acrobat
You can access the Acrobat help guide right from Adobe Acrobat.
Open the Help menu and choose Adobe Acrobat DC Help to launch the site below.
Lynda: Acrobat DC Essential Training
Visit Lynda to learn everything there is to know about Acrobat. If the whole course is too much, try the suggested videos below.
You must first log in at http://lynda.upenn.edu before accessing the course link below.
- Log into http://lynda.upenn.edu with your PennKey
- After logging in above, visit Acrobat DC Essential Training
- Start watching or try one of the suggested sections below.
- Chapter 2. The Acrobat Workspace: An overview of the tools and interface.
- Chapter 3. Searching PDFs: Using Find and Advanced Search.
- Chapter 4-6. Creating PDFs: Covers different methods of creating PDF docs.
- Chapter 7. Editing PDF Content: Editing text and graphics, adding links, creating bookmarks.
- Chapter 8. Combining & Modifying PDF pages: inserting, extracting and rearranging pages.
- Chapter 10. Comments & Reviewing: Adding and tracking reviews and comments.
- Chapter 11. Fillable Forms: Creating and distributing forms.
- Chapter 13. Protecting PDF Content: adding a password, locking down printing and editing.
Learn Acrobat DC Videos
Adobe has created an extensive library of video tutorials on many features in Acrobat DC. To access the videos, visit the Learn Acrobat DC site.
What’s New in Acrobat DC
If you’re switching to Acrobat DC from an earlier version, you have probably noticed that many features have been relocated. Visit the guide below to see what has changed.