Course Outlines
Page Layout

Adobe InDesign

Adobe FrameMaker

Adobe InCopy

QuarkXPress

Microsoft Publisher

Graphics & Photos

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

CorelDRAW

SketchUp

PDFs & Forms

Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat PDF Forms

Adobe LiveCycle Designer

Video & Audio

Adobe Premiere Pro

After Effects

Adobe Audition

eLearning

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Presenter

TechSmith Camtasia

Articulate Storyline

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Office

Word

Excel

PowerPoint

Access

Project

Visio

Publisher

Database

FileMaker Pro

Microsoft Access

Web Design

Adobe Dreamweaver

Adobe Animate

EPUBs

ePubs with InDesign

ePubs with FrameMaker

Apple iBooks Author

If desired, IDEAS can modify any on-site class, custom classroom and on-line training, or one-on-one instruction. Feel free to mix-and-match topics from different level outlines if it meets your needs better—or even mix-and-match different programs. (Custom training is restricted to a single company.)

Adobe Acrobat Pro Classes

Adobe Acrobat Pro for Business Users

This 2-day class is for users that need to learn the major features in a business environment. (See separate class on forms.) Topics include:

Adobe Acrobat Pro Advanced issues

This 2-day class can be customized to cover particular topics as needed.

Adobe Acrobat Pro 508 Accessibility

Adobe Acrobat Pro for Graphic Designers

This 2-day class covers the tools needed by graphic designers and prepress operators.
Included are the Print Production tools:

Other topics covered include:

Interactive PDFs

Interactive PDFs is a general term that can cover the following features in a PDF. This class can cover a number of different programs, so the class can be customized to cover the programs you need.

For Acrobat Pro, the underlying form design has to be created in another program, such as InDesign, Illustrator, or other layout programs. InDesign being the best program for creating AcroForms since it can create form fields directly in the program.

Click here to see Acrobat Pro Forms outline