Adobe is a great fit for most.
June 22, 2022

Adobe is a great fit for most.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC

We use Adobe Acrobat DC for viewing PDF files. It is used more by field employees than office employees currently. We hardly ever have issues with the program, does exactly what it says it does. In our industry though, most office personnel use a more robust PDF program for things such as building drawings and markups.


  • Convert documents to PDF.
  • Editing PDF's.
  • Signing PDF's.


  • Has issues viewing some drawing PDF's that come from other PDF programs
  • Could use stronger markup tools for people in construction industry.
  • The program is very basic.
  • Protect PDF.
  • Creating PDF's from Word Docs or Excel Sheets.
  • Mobile apps.
  • Increased productivity for field employees.
  • Ease of use, less support calls to IT.
  • Compliance
The user experience across devices is pretty seamless. You can do just as much inside the app as you can from a PC. So it comes in handy for remote/field employees.
Adobe Acrobat DC stacks up well against Foxit PDF Editor. But Foxit doesn't require an annual/monthly subscription. Can't really compare Bluebeam with Adobe, as Bluebeam is such a robust a powerful PDF program that is well geared towards the construction industry.

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Adobe Acrobat DC is a good PDF program that should accommodate most businesses pretty well. But if you work in the construction industry and deal with a lot of drawings and large PDF documents. There are a lot better PDF programs out there for things of that nature. They are just a little more on the pricey side, but the added features you get are unmatched compared to Adobe Acrobat DC.


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