Stuart House - East Wing
St John's Street
Peterborough PE1 5DD
This business centre is a strategically located headquarters office building in central Peterborough, in the heart of the business district. It is within walking distance of the bus and railway stations and close to all shopping facilities, including Marks & Spencer and the Queensgate Shopping Centre where tenants include John Lewis, Waitrose and Boots. It is within a quarter mile of junction 5 of the Peterborough Ring Road. Convenient for your Beginners Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Training Course.
Alternatively if you live in and around Peterborough and wish to have your training on-site the we can provide all the equipment, included laptops & projector, required. All we ask is that you provide a little space for the trainer to set up.
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Adobe Acrobat is the main application when it comes to creating and changing PDF documents. Although there are many alternatives to Acrobat for working with PDF documents, Acrobat is the go to software.
Due to this being a beginners course the only requirement that you need is a basic IT knowledge including file management. Knowing how to print a document will help but not essential.
1 - 8 Students
£250 + VAT - 3hrs (bespoke)
£500 + VAT - 6hrs (full day*)
* Full training days can be split into 2 sessions
If you are interested in this course but want to know the price beforehand then use the the following form to calculate how much.
* Price is exclusive of VAT.
Price Per Head: £ .
Course Duration: 1 Day.
If a whole day is more that you spare then please take a look at our Floor Walking service. It could be just what you are looking for.
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After completing this course the next step is to look to taking the Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Training Course.
There are many programs that take advantage of all the tools that are available in Adobe Acrobat including InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Also the Microsoft products of Work, Excel and Outlook can all take full advantage of Acrobats features in producing PDF''s. This being the case your company can take one more step towards become the dream of the paperless office.