Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat

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Adobe Acrobat

Overview

What is Adobe Acrobat?

Adobe Acrobat DC is the current version of the well-established document / PDF management solution, part of the Adobe Document Cloud (the other part being Adobe's eSign services based on technology acquired with EchoSign in 2011).
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Recent Reviews

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10 out of 10
November 15, 2022
I use it to create PDF's (invoices, documents). I also use it to convert documents to/from Word, merge documents together, edit documents, …
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How Adobe Acrobat Differs From Its Competitors

Security

Haven’t looked into that at all. I suspect that no news is good news!
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Security

As someone who works in Pharma, our documents need to be super secure in order to avoid lawsuits or information leaks. Adobe has been amazing in securing our documents and information. I never feel like I have to worry about data breaches or legal issues. It has been a trusted software of mine for …
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Security

Seems fairly secure. It would be nice to have more information on how to lock and secure documents to keep from being edited.
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Security

I've received locked documents requesting signatures so I know there are security features that would prevent others from tampering with documents
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Security

Allows for the use of entrust certificates to prove the validity of the documents which reduces the chance of fraud
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Its has secure our HR and Development documents. Including our customer informations. It allows us to send private information and not worry that it will be comprised
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Security

Adobe Acrobat DC has had a successful impact on our organization. We had a security audit recently and we were praised for protecting our information from data breaches and legal issues thanks to Adobe Acrobat DC.
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Security

Compliance is a huge factor in my industry and that's why I use Adobe DC because I can securely password protect my PDF files when sending them out to clients.
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Security

Thankfully, we have never experienced any issues with possible data breaches and/or legal issues. I do believe that the compliance standards are great compared to what we are looking for to protect our company and data.
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Security

That is very true. However on our side we found it to be too much for our needs (signature on forms). Many users are reluctant to use it for that reason.
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Security

We have experienced no issues concerning data breaches or legal issues when using Adobe Acrobat DC. The fact the software complies with security standards and industry-specific regulations provides us the reassurance that it keeps our PDF files as secure as possible. We appreciate that Adobe …
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Security

The facility of securing ebooks by adding a layer of passwords is crucial when it comes to confidential documents. Adobe offers sufficient security options in that context.
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Security

The impact has been immense in terms of security and compliance because it's easier for everyone to read policies and adhere to them, and make themselves compliant with them.
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Security

I am only aware of the signature securities and the option to use passwords. As a private school, it is important that these measures are in place not only for employees like myself but for students, parents, donors, etc. Keeping confidential information confidential is essential for our …
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Security

I am not the best person to comment on as I have little exposure here. But I can say for certain that this has helped to smooth out a lot of functions in the organization as a whole.
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Security

There are many products that can read, print, and even edit PDF documents, but none, not even Microsoft, is as transparent or as quick to provide updates. Nobody's perfect, but everyone else is inadequate in my opinion. Adobe Acrobat DC releases updates consistently and communicates better. …
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Security

It seems like Adobe Acrobat DC is a pretty safe program to use. It doesn't seem like it uses much from my computer. I haven't had any issues with data breaches or compliance issues in the last 8 years that I have used it. My favorite security feature of Adobe Acrobat DC is being able to …
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Security

It is important for adobe acrobat dc to have these security features and security standards, especially in a company with more than five thousand employees worldwide. It protects the data provided and received through coordination with other clients as well. It does protect everyone from phishing …
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Security

I do not really use many of the security features in Adobe Acrobat other than needing to remove securities to edit a document. I do know that passwords can be added to a document to ensure that is secured. Our HR department has used that feature to securely save and send documents.
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Awards

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Pricing

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Acrobat Standard for Individuals

$12.99

Cloud
per month

Acrobat Standard for teams

$14.99

Cloud
per month per user

Acrobat Pro for Individuals

$19.99

Cloud
per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • Setup fee optional
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.adobe.com/acrobat/pricing/b…

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $12.99 per month
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Product Demos

Acrobat DC: The most powerful, connected PDF experience. | Adobe Document Cloud
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How to Edit PDFs and Get Them E-signed Fast | Adobe Document Cloud
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How to Protect the Content of Your Files | Adobe Document Cloud
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How to Collaborate and Get Feedback in Real Time | Adobe Document Cloud
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Product Details

What is Adobe Acrobat?

Documents are more than just a collection of information and proof. They are foundational to connecting people and ideas, pushing business forward.  Adobe Acrobat helps to keep users connected to their teams while driving business forward – no matter where they are working.

Acrobat is a PDF and e-signature solution with users among Fortune 500 companies. Acrobat users can create, edit, convert, share, sign, and combine documents from the Adobe platform. It provides for digital experiences that enable team to collaborate and work from any device, anytime, anywhere. Liquid Mode in Acrobat also enables users to view PDFs on small screens without the need to pinch and zoom.

In partnership with Microsoft, Adobe aims to reimagine how work gets done in a modern, secure, and connected hybrid workplace. Acrobat solutions are designed to seamlessly integrate with any preferred Microsoft apps so that users save time by creating, editing, sharing, and signing right from Microsoft 365, Teams, Outlook, and more. It also features smart integrations with Google, Box, and other daily use apps.

Acrobat provides access to file protection features to protect documents from being copied, changed, or printed – for added peace of mind. Acrobat helps organizations comply with security standards and regulatory requirements such as GLBA and FERPA. It also meets ISO 32000 standards for electronic document exchange, including special-purpose standards such as PDF/A for archiving, PDF/E for engineering, and PDF/X for printing.

Adobe Acrobat Screenshots

Screenshot of Create, edit, convert, and share PDF files all from within Microsoft Teams – as part of Acrobat integrations with Microsoft 365 apps.Screenshot of With Liquid Mode in Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, users can read PDFs on phones and tablets without having to pinch and zoom. Navigate lengthy documents with intelligent outline and search tools, while maximizing readability and comfort with font size and line spacing that are adjustable.Screenshot of Fill and sign PDF forms from anywhere and on any device.  Collect signatures, digitally track progress, and automatically archive the signed document.Screenshot of With Adobe Scan mobile app, capture and convert documents into high-quality, interactive PDF documents that can be filled out, signed, and shared.  Eliminates the hassle of finding a printer, filling a form by hand, and scanning it again.

Adobe Acrobat Videos

Adobe Acrobat DC is built for the cloud-connected, multi-device world. It streamlines reviews and feedback with a new review service, and users can edit PDFs on tablets with a touch of the finger, or send documents for Signature.
How to make changes to PDFs and send them out to get e-signed in Acrobat Pro.
Password-protected PDFs to keep formatting locked and sensitive info more secure.
Sending PDFs for review, gathering comments in one place, and responding in real time with Acrobat Pro.

Adobe Acrobat Integrations

Adobe Acrobat Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android
Supported LanguagesBulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukranian

Frequently Asked Questions

Adobe Acrobat DC is the current version of the well-established document / PDF management solution, part of the Adobe Document Cloud (the other part being Adobe's eSign services based on technology acquired with EchoSign in 2011).

Adobe Acrobat starts at $12.99.

Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, and Foxit PDF Editor (FoxitPhantom) are common alternatives for Adobe Acrobat.

Reviewers rate Ease of integration highest, with a score of 10.

The most common users of Adobe Acrobat are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees).
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Reviews

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Tom McGuire | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
25
University Marketing and Communications covering a wide range of services for our university. Our marketing team (covering undergraduate and graduate education), our communications, our executive comms lead, as well as our sports information team, all use this software on a daily basis. It is a big time saver for all of us in this division.
Genie Huff-Forkner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
2
As Graphic Designers and Web Designers we use Adobe Acrobat DC for a multitude of reasons. From combining files, creating presentations, and creating forms. For administrative purposes we are able to quickly upload, sign and share documents with both vendors and clients.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
200
The people in our organization that use Adobe Acrobat DC are primarily faculty and department staff members. Teachers use the program to create and edit documents that are used in their classrooms. They also use the program to make a PDF version for various forms that they need or to make promotional flyers that are needed in the PDF format for sharing across different platforms. In the departments, staff use this program to update yearly documents-- it's so efficient to be able to open last year's document and use the editing toolbar to update dates and contact information!
September 08, 2016

Acrobat DC

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
15
The people using Acrobat DC involve attorneys, legal assistant, file clerks, admin, and paralegals. The file clerks scan and OCR all documents before filing. The paralegals summarize the PDF documents. The attorneys draft motions and discovery based on the documents in file. When completing a large motion or report, the paralegal or file clerk will convert WORD to PDF, then bookmark each section for filing.
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