Adobe Acrobat DC takes the Gymnastics out of creating engaging PDFs
Richard (Ric) Hazel | TrustRadius Reviewer
June 21, 2017

Adobe Acrobat DC takes the Gymnastics out of creating engaging PDFs

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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC

Acrobat DC is being used cross the org by our company. They use it in Sales, Technology Services, and Customer Technologies, as well as several other orgs within the company. It is used to both create and edit PDF documents. It gives us a robust tool to use that enables all users to put together exciting, relevant documentation that is both eye-catching and professional.
  • 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.
  • It has given us the ability to create robust, sustainable documentation.
  • As a tool we now have the option to have PDF documentation as a standard as opposed to word processor based documents.
  • We have seen a marked difference in how we are able to engage our users.
  • Corel PDF Fusion
By comparison Acrobat DC has an easier interface and is much more compatible with other products. It also integrates flawlessly with other Adobe products that we use on a regular basis in our department. For this reason, Acrobat DC was the superior choice.
It is incredibly well suited for putting together documentation that requires a lot of images and multiple areas of text. A PDF is a much better way to deliver complex content. I like to use it when there are several pages because it is much easier for the user to make their way through it. It is less appropriate when creating documentation that may require the user to edit the document if they do not have Acrobat DC.