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- Adobe Acrobat works particularly well with opening documents quickly and not having compatibility issues with various sources of documents.
- Also, if you do not need some of the more advanced features that the more expensive professional version provides, there are free or less expensive versions that better suit your needs. that flexibility is welcome
- The UI of zooming into documents that might have smaller font or unclear information is very helpful, and generally, anyone can sit down and figure out how to work the program with very little training. It's very intuitive.
- Since there are many different versions, I would like some sort of pop up while downloading to display the various versions and which on you are currently requesting, to compare. much like how Amazon will show the product you are looking at, and below that it will show other products from the same line that offer different features.
- I'm not sure if this option already exists, but some form of customer service attached to a button in the program. If you were stuck, you could click the button and be immediately connected with customer service.
- Adobe Acrobat DC is very easy to use to edit already created PDF documents. I work with multiple agreement documents in our organization, and with Adobe Acrobat DC, I can modify the individual agreement forms to personalize to each document.
- Adobe Acrobat DC is a great tool to create documents, such as flyers or graphics, to distribute on digital marketing platforms. It is very easy to edit the document as you work on it and allows for great creative work.
- Adobe Acrobat DC allows me to convert formats easily. I am able to move things that are PDFs to Word Documents or PDFs to JPEG images so I can post the created content on our digital marketing platforms.
- Adobe Acrobat DC has a learning curve when it comes to working with the software. The program takes some getting used to but overall is not bad.
- One thing that can get very frustrating is if you are editing a document, you have to click a separate function to "add text" then back to the edit to continue making additional edits. This can get very tedious to switch back and forth constantly.
- There seem to be unnecessary extra movements that need to be made when editing something, if you want to insert an image it is another function, add text its another function. This can just be time consuming and irritating.
- Accessibility checker. Adobe Acrobat DC includes an accessibility check tool in the Action Wizard that highlights potential issues and helps you fix them.
- Form creation. We upload a lot of different forms and Adobe Acrobat DC makes creating fillable forms simple.
- Combine PDFs. We receive many Word documents that must be combined into a single PDF. Adobe Acrobat DC has a great drag and drop feature so we can see a preview of the pages we are combining and moving in order.
- Accessibility hints. While the accessibility tool is great, we often have users who don't know how to fix certain issues. Tool tips would help.
- Reduce file size without quality loss. Large file sizes can be troublesome for mobile users. Adobe Acrobat DC has tools to save PDFs at a smaller size, but that often means losing overall quality.
- More options for form distribution. Currently, form distribution only works through email, but expanding that to web integration would be extremely helpful.
- I use it to create form fillable templates from Word Documents that enable us to save paper and transition our membership forms and progress reports to a digital method.
- After scanning sensitive materials, it's makes redacting sensitive information or blanking out non-relevant text on a document page simple.
- When our faculty needs books scanned, it's really easy to crop scans into neater, cleaner looking documents that are better sized and omit any dark sections form the scan platen.
- We work with a lot tenure review files that require statements and documentation form many sources, Acrobat DC is great at dragging and dropping, then merging documents into a single file.
- No cons that I can think of!
- User-friendly interface doesn't necessitate a lot of staff training prior to using the software for the first time.
- Easy to protect final documents from easily being changed/edited by third parties.
- Especially useful for making fill-able forms and rearranging the order of document pages.
- Works remarkably well with Microsoft Office. Conversions are easy and almost error-free.
- We have an on-going subscription to Adobe Acrobat DC, which isn't inexpensive. Not the most cost-effective of the PDF software available.
- Software updates fairly regularly, which can be a little annoying. On the flip side, many times it's to stay up-to-date on security features.
- Conversion to Microsoft Word back and forth is easy and almost error-free; however, we do spot small issues often. Therefore, we have to carefully comb through all docs that have been converted to make certain that they're error-free.
- Adobe has some proprietary features so someone else using another PDF editing software periodically seems to have trouble with certain features embedded in an Adobe-created PDF. Obviously this exactly what the supposedly standardized PDF format is supposed to prevent...
- Adobe Acrobat DC does well at converting excel documents into PDF format
- Adobe Acrobat DC is great at letting you drag and drop as well as re-arrange pages from various PDFs into one PDF.
- Off the top of my head, I can't think of anything in particular that I would like to see Adobe Acrobat DC improve upon. I find it to be extremely user-friendly.
- I like the fill and sign feature.
- Synching feature is very nice.
- Simplicity for basic tasks with a PDF, although then the thing gets a bit complicated. It has quite a lot of options
- What I like the least is its high price. A month is quite expensive. I would like for that price at least to be more agile using heavy pdfs.
- Sometimes it is not very intuitive to use. Some functions seem hidden to the user.
- Opening the large pdf documents it makes it to hang
What I liked the most was how nice the PDFs look and all the options Adobe gives you. Capturing parts of the PDF is very useful for making reports. The conception of the image as a vector object is a right choice, since you can zoom without losing quality.
Adobe Acrobat products need a simplification, Acrobat comes with Acrobat Reader, but you have to pay monthly. DC comes without Scan, but the MAX comes with the Scan, but without the cloud, and the cloud comes without the MAX but with the Adobe Acrobat DC, it is a tremendous mess to know what tools you need apart from the Adobe Acrobat DC to have everything centralized in the same suite. That and the price you have per month if you only select Acrobat DC
- Can take ANY PDF and edit it in just a few clicks.
- Can embed live links, easily.
- Can scan ANY image, and edit it easily and quickly.
- We run digital marketing campaigns where we take our eBook, Drawing On Brilliance and customize it to each brand we are working with. The eBook we use is one-of-a-kind, with a well-proven 100% customer engagement rate so being able to include each brand sponsors logo means a viral, lifetime of end customer exposure is invaluable - ROI for life.
- Apple's decision to not allow live links in their pdf docs anymore, drove many of us to Adobe. Live links are critically important in marketing docs as they give the end-user the opportunity to read what they value, and deeper-dive as they feel the need to. We also can use these live links in our data analytics when we measure depth of engagement. That's ROI for our customers, ROI for us as we then adapt quickly to that digital feedback (more of what works, less of what does not etc...)
- This capability opens all kinds of new opportunities for us. Our creative team is always scouting new sources of inspirational ideas. They were always scanning with their mobile devices. We just started to exploit this capability now that we have Adobe Acrobat DC and it's super easy to use. We scan as we always have, upload it to Adobe and edit away - as if we had created the original image ourselves. We're able to take the original scan and create an endless stream of new ways to turn it into what will engage our customers and their end-users too.
- Can't think of any
We can move seamlessly from an image we saw on an ad while on commuter rail, to a word doc where we play with new copy or a redesign and launch a brand new test campaign by the time we get back to the office.
There is a learning curve, at first, and there are still a few technical challenges between our Macs and Adobe. It's really Apple not wanting to play well with the MSFT world. But we got through it and you will too.
Very good experience with this tool. In the Organization we use it in all areas or departments since it allows us to convert, edit, send and sign PDF in the office, track PDF documents anywhere, on desktops, mobile devices and the Internet and work with my clients. most important documents from where I am, with quick access to the usual tools.
- Adobe Acrobat is designed to visualize, create and modify files in PDF format, it is very common to display text with an ordered visual design.
- This tool can be presented in the main operating systems such as Linux, OS X Mac, Unix, Windows without modifying the appearance or structure of the original document and not losing the format with sending to other users
- Sometimes it is a bit difficult to work with text in PDF files because it is perceived as images, but otherwise it seems an excellent tool
- Now with Adobe Acrobat there is the integration of Dropbox in the Home view and allows easily perform standard operations in files within Acrobat such as open, save create PDF, export PDF and attach to em
- Simple and smart software helps in creating, editing as well as securing PDF files.This software has different features but the best among all which I like most is edit a PDF file .
- Easily combine multiple PDF files in to one PDF file.
- Good for both personal and business use.
- Digital signatures feature of Adobe Acrobat DC greatly speeds up the teamwork.
- It can save a lot of space on the computers because the pdf files are lighter than other types of files especially for use on the Web.
- Some of Adobe Acrobat's features do not work on scanned PDF files. That makes them very difficult to edit.
- Sometimes my browser will hang up when trying to open particularly large PDF files.
- The download of this application is bit difficult as it takes some time to download.
- The service is great. You don't have to subscribe for a whole year. Instead you can subscribe for a month or however long you might need access to the Adobe Cloud service you're interested in. It's also easy to switch licenses from one user to another when business needs change within your organization.
- You can highlight text and comment on that specific area for others to review.
- There is a checklist feature that facilitates the editing of the pdf to review the comments and click on them when you have completed them. Being able to combine PDF files and delete or move pages is a great advantage. Its drag-and-drop technology is perfect and very easy to use. Creating fill forms is another advantage that makes any beginner can make editable forms and links.
- When editing a pdf, sometimes the highlighting areas can be skewed. It isn't 100% accurate on where the test is and will jump around a bit. Also, it will jump out of place on the checklist as well. For instance, there might be an edit that is at the top of the document, but on the checklist is towards the middle. This can be critical depending on the severity of the edit. It takes away the purpose of having a checklist when it is unorganized.
- Acrobat, despite it's UI flaws, is a very easy tool that can critically help with anyone using pdfs. Beginners and experienced users will find it useful and perfect for almost every job. If you can imagine something you want to do to a pdf, then Acrobat can probably handle it.
- I hate how the Adobe Volume license works and how hard it is to find the right product license to use ... we have many licenses
- Dynamic. Changes the way you think about static word/pdf documents
- Deep. Has tons of things that can be done. From combining multiple pdf's into one or breaking up pdf workbooks into multiple single pages.
- Gives you an unlimited amount of tools to adjust and tweak forms to meet your business needs.
- The support for questions is a little outdated online. When you have a question about functionality the community FAQ's are for older versions.
- Adobe is a huge company so customer service support with registration issues is not very quick.
- It is not the cheapest product. But for a business use, it is invaluable.
- Sharing and editing documents is so much easier now with Adobe Acrobat DC.
- Being able to combine, re-order and edit PDF documents through this software has made our workflows and work processes so much more streamlined and efficient.
- I use Adobe Acrobat DC on a daily basis - and there isn't much I don't like about it!
- One-page reader helps to screen quickly through documents -- by far the best feature when looking through a 300-page annual report
- Highlighter is adequate
- Flexible toolbar lets you move it around to convenient places -- increases the ease of use
- Could add more standard features such as convert to Word.
- Comments could improve -- they aren't aesthetically pleasing or clear that there is a comment in the document.
- It often slows down my computer when I have multiple PDFs open.
- Edit PDFs directly
- Create a PDF with Office software
- Comparison between different PDFs
- The Pro version is quite expensive, especially the monthly one
- The Standard version has a license cost too similar to the Pro version (that almost does not explain the reason)
- The Standard version in addition to having the problem of the similar cost to the Pro lacks important functionality such as conversion or comparisons between PDFs
- Export PDF files to Word documents
- Editing PDF files at ease
- Viewing PDF files
- The app can be a little slow and somewhat laggy when you're importing or exporting big documents
- The application can be really difficult and confusing to use when you start using it for the first time
- Creating and editing PDF documents.
- Gives us a professional platform to provide information to our employees that they desire to read.
- Provides us with a one stop tool for everything related to PDF documents.
- When clicking "edit" in a PDF document it would be nice if DC would open automatically if you already have a license to use it.
- It would be nice to have a cleaner interface to add images.
- Working with text is a bit awkward and would be more efficient to have the window for font and size more accessible.
Review: "Adobe Acrobat DC - a fully functioning product, though at a high cost and high processing needs"
- Combine pdfs. It is helpful in combining multiple pdfs together for ease into one document.
- Split pdfs. On the opposite side, it is helpful to split one pdf into multiple documents for easier distribution to individuals associated with each section of a larger pdf.
- Comment on pdfs. It is helpful in making comments on pdf documents that can then be saved for personal reference or sharing with others.
- Program size. By far, the main drawback is that my computer does not have enough processing capability to handle. It is VERY slow to install and often slow to open too.
- Functionality. There are some types of commenting that the program does not handle as well (e.g., hand written comments that you want to try to put in with your mouse).
- Licenses. You only get two licenses with each subscription, which can make it expensive to implement in a large scale format.
- Being able to have a client or consultant sign a contract document is easily done in this program, or having it set up for them to use is one of the best things that this program does.
- The ease of conversion to PDF from other formats is also a great feature that this program does easily and allows for the use of basically one program when all is said and done.
- The way that DC interacts with other Adobe products is also a plus.
- I think back saving or compatibility with other ADOBE READER products is something that I have had a problem with, so if other users dont have DC, they cant necessarily open the PDF if they need to make edits.
- The user interface is not friendly to those who arent familiar with Adobe products.
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