User-friendly, easy to use platform
June 16, 2022

User-friendly, easy to use platform

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC

We use Adobe Acrobat DC to create job descriptions and make edits to resumes, we create internal documents for our team to use during training, continuous training, or template use. We also use Adobe Acrobat DC to send contracts, or sometimes we have to edit offer letters to create a signature section, and Adobe Acrobat DC allows us to do all of that.
  • It's extremely user friendly
  • Simple interface- there aren't too many buttons, which makes it easy to approach and learn how to use the application
  • Multi-use- there are a lot of functions you can use within Adobe Acrobat DC, including editing, combining files, updating documents, PDFs, etc.
  • Limited fonts- sometimes when I'm looking to add a word here or there, I can't match the font
  • Formatting- sometimes when you add a space or two it ends up altering the format of the entire document, and it can be very touchy
  • Combing fines
  • Editing text
  • Making and tracking edits
  • It allows us to keep our processes moving smoothly and quickly by allowing us to make quick edits to both internal and external documents
Overall, I think that Adobe Acrobat DC has a very simple, easy-to-use interface, making it a great platform for people of all different types of technological-savviness levels. They only have a few buttons, and if you hover over them it shows what they are for. I often get overwhelmed with other applications with all of their options and buttons, and I really like that Adobe Acrobat DC keeps it simple.
I have never encountered any issues with data breaches or legal issues from Adobe Acrobat DC.

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Adobe Acrobat DC is really helpful when making small edits to resumes. Sometimes the formatting gets a little funky, but it usually is pretty easy to move things around. I also love using Adobe Acrobat DC for combining files. I often will have to combine 2-10 documents, and Adobe makes it incredibly easy. You can choose which document goes where, and it's very easy to rotate any documents that hadn't been converted correctly. When I have to edit longer documents with a lot of text, I don't tend to go to Adobe Acrobat DC to make those edits. It often messes up the formatting, so I choose to make those edits in Word before converting it back to a pdf in Adobe.