Getting started with Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC allows you to view, create, edit, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format - PDF. This allows users of different computer systems to transfer documents from one computer to another without degradation or change in how it looks on screen or in print.
Don’t have Acrobat Pro?
Staff and Postgraduate Research Students can request Acrobat Pro DC for their University managed device via the Service Desk.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Students can access Acrobat Pro DC on the multimedia PCs in the Library. These PCs have software called Adobe Creative Cloud Suite which includes Acrobat Pro DC.
Locations of Multimedia PCs:
- two on Floor 1 near the issue desk
- two on Floor 4 on the East side by the offices
- two on Floor 5 on the East side by the offices
Need help getting started?
Click Guides below for quick guides to help you get started. Or download workbook chapters and associated exercise files from our IT Training website.
This resource was last updated 26.02.20
This resource was provided by Training and Documentation.
The Training and Documentation Team publish a range of user guides to help you use University IT facilities and supported software. They also run regular training sessions supporting MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Teams), and OpenText CMS.