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60-Second Acrobat gives you bite-sized tutorials to help you learn a new trick in Acrobat in one minute or less. These task-based tips help you pick up new skills for working with PDF files by unlocking some of Acrobat’s hidden gems. You can watch one to get a quick answer, or watch five to boost your document productivity – and still have time to enjoy your coffee break.

60-second Acrobat tutorials

Create more efficient PDF files in a snap Use the Optimize PDF tool to significantly reduce the size of your PDF files
Protect your PDF files with a password Protect a PDF so that a password is required either to open or edit the PDF
Convert Word to PDF including form fields Convert Word files and forms to PDF and automatically build form fields
Let Acrobat help you make Accessible PDFs Check to see if a PDF is Accessible
Export PDF to Word from your phone Convert a PDF file to a fully editable Microsoft Word document with the Acrobat mobile app
Recognize text in a scanned PDF file Convert a scanned PDF so that you can search for text in the PDF
Combine files into one PDF Quickly create a new document by combining several different types of files into a single PDF
Edit PDF with Acrobat Web Make simple edits to text and images without even downloading the PDF
Search multiple PDF files at once Start a search in a PDF file, then open Advanced Search and search an entire folder of PDF files
Create a PDF of photos in an instant Learn how just drag-and-drop a bunch of JPGs onto the Acrobat icon to create a PDF
Convert a PPT file to PDF on your phone Learn how to convert an email PowerPoint attachment to PDF on your phone
Electronically sign a paper document Learn to use Adobe Scan to sign a printed form
Load PDF comments into InDesign Learn how to load PDF comments back into InDesign after an Acrobat shared review
Edit a photo in your PDF Learn to make advanced edits to a photo in your PDF using Photoshop
Edit a graphic in your PDF Learn to make advanced edits to a graphic in your PDF using Illustrator
Organize pages in a snap Learn to use the Organize Pages tool to get a bird’s eye view of your PDF

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