Tips & Tricks: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC [On Demand]

August 27, 2020 in Afinety University

Diana J. Baker

Macro Developer and Trainer
Afinety Inc.

Webinar

Tips & Tricks: Microsoft Word
Adobe Acrobat DC Pro

Increase your efficiency in Adobe Acrobat DC PRO.

This webinar will demonstrate how to export PDFs to Word, create bookmarks, links, add headers/footers, combine PDF files, create portfolios, redact information, and sequentially number documents with Bates Numbering.

Presented by: 

Diane Baker - afinety.com

Diana J. Baker,
Macro Developer and Trainer
Afinety Inc.

Diana worked in the legal field for 20 years – 13 years as a litigation secretary and seven years as an Office Administrator. She also worked as the Director of Business Development & Training at a well-known legal staffing company for 13 years where she created several added-value services, the most popular of which was the Microsoft Word “Tips & Tricks” series.

Diana is an integral member of the Afinety team.  In addition to creating and developing the “Tips & Tricks” webinar programs, she customizes Afinety’s Template & Macro package for clients, is an iManage Certified Systems Engineer, and is the Lead Trainer at Afinety.

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I’ve learned a lot from the Afinety U sessions and it’s been a great help for day to day work.

Mary Gail Stamper / Klinedinst PC

For anyone that has occassional struggles with headers/footers, section breaks and page numbers, etc., I would HIGHLY recommend taking this course. It’s very informative, there is literature to refer to and it’s super easy to follow the instructors instructions.

Diana understands the workings of a law office and her practical tips and the knowledge she shares helps to make preparing legal documents less stressful.

Joan Layte

This was a great, quick tutorial of some great time saver tips.  I will be using these new tips in my day-to-day work.  I prefer to use keyboard strokes for formatting and previously found Word difficult, as I was always having to reach for that mouse!

Andrea Ramirez / Klein and Wilson