Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC
We use Adobe Acrobat DC every day with our client files. We use this program to seamlessly edit files between devices, create templates for progress letters and letterheads, complete billing documents, and sign important documents. We especially appreciate the features that allow us to securely sign documents and request signatures, and the one that allows us to merge JPEGs or separate PDF files into one document. overall, this program is easy to use (in comparison to DocHub and DocuSign), and I would highly recommend it to others.
- Allows you to request signatures directly from the app. Signatures are time-stamped and documents are unalterable once signed.
- Compress photos or separate pdfs into one document
- Seamlessly edit documents across devices utilizing CC (creative cloud)
- Sometimes when you accidentally sign a document prematurely, it can be annoying not to be able to edit the documents (for instance, to add the date)
- Sometimes when you save the document, the program doesn’t intuitively group text, which makes it harder to edit. As an example, sometimes one paragraph will be grouped together, but sometimes a paragraph and two lines from the next paragraph get grouped together.
- It would be nice if they were able to make it so that the software was more efficient at recognizing what text belongs together.
- Signature request
- Time stamped secure signature
- Compressing files into one PDF
- Seamlessly being able to edit files across devices
- Reduced manual errors in billing
- Increased professionalism and client trust via signature requests
- High quality flyers ready for print that lend more credibility to our nonprofit
- Increased productivity via seamless editing across devices
We love and used this feature at least 3 times a week. I knocked a star off because sometimes the texts get grouped in a way that is difficult to edit. Most of the time it works well though, and this feature definitely helps us to increase productivity. It is especially helpful when I need to quickly find a file on my phone and I am able to edit it and then send it out.
As a mental health nonprofit that is held to high privacy standards, we highly value our ability to trust in a product that processes a lot of our client’s personal information. we especially appreciate being able to send signature requests knowing that they are protected and time-stamped, and very much feel that Adobe’s reputation also helps our clients trust in the safety of sending their documents in this manner.
While we do use DocHub for client signatures and intakes, we feel that Adobe Acrobat DC is much more intuitive and has more capabilities. We also greatly appreciate Adobe’s commitment to security, and their willingness to provide nonprofits like ours with a significant discount. Overall, we highly recommend Adobe Acrobat DC for businesses that create, edit, and sign a lot of PDFs a week.
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In terms of cost/benefit, I think that paying for this software (as opposed to using a free one like DocHub) is most worth it for businesses that regularly require signatures, since there is usually a cap to how many sign requests you can send for free programs. We process over 20 in a week and find the monthly price to be well worth it, especially because we also use other programs in the Creative Cloud Suite. Adobe Acrobat DC is basically the all-around go-to for us to create PDF flyers, or to quickly edit something we created on Illustrator or Canva. This is where we make our templates for certain types of documents and our letterheads. It may not be worth it for businesses that don’t need time-stamped signatures, or those who don’t create and edit PDFS on a regular basis since other free PDF viewers do exist.