By Ana Marjanovic, Instructional Designer & LMS Admin, EdTech
Have you ever felt overwhelmed while trying to compile numerous documents in various formats, scattered on your hard drive into a single file? It almost feels like a cluttered desk where you can’t find the pen you just put down a moment ago. And let’s not even talk about the painstaking process of sharing all those documents with others, especially when there is a mix of digital and scanned documents involved.
Sounds familiar? Don’t worry, you are not alone. In this microlearning program, we will teach you how to use Adobe Acrobat Pro to help you compile various file formats into one single file that is accessible and easy to print and share with others.
In this microlearning course, you will learn how to compile various types of files into a single document. We will focus on:
- Converting various types of documents into PDF format
- Combining multiple files into a single PDF
- Adding page numbers and editing your documents
- Createing an organized and navigable Table of Contents
Invest less than 15 minutes a day over the course of a week, and you’ll be proficient in managing and presenting your teaching portfolio using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Now let’s dive in and start decluttering that digital desk!