Editing can be clunky, but great program and suite!
June 28, 2022

Editing can be clunky, but great program and suite!

DUSTIN TAYLOR | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC

I use Adobe Acrobat DC to create standard PDFs, Combine PDFs, create fillable PDFs, and edit PDFs. In general, I create whitepapers and other guides on a regular basis for clients around the globe. Some business problems that occur are that names, dates, and logos need to be changed out for changing information, or new guides need to be created.


  • Create PDFs
  • Signature Tool
  • Combine PDFs


  • Editing PDFs
  • Creating a PDF from a webpage
  • Compressing PDFs
  • Creating PDFs
  • Editing PDFs
  • Viewing PDFs
  • Improved professionalism
  • Improved brand reputation
  • Improved productivity
Adobe Acrobat DC has crashed a few times. It also can be annoying to select text boxes, get the spacing to look nice, etc. Some of the design tools could use some improvement. I think that there could be some more intuitive controls implemented as well for people who are less technologically savvy.
I think that the ability to edit PDFs is a step above DocuSign, even though this is not really what DocuSign was made for. I've always stuck with Adobe Acrobat DC because I love the Adobe suite and the constant updates and improvements. I would not want to switch to anything else.

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Adobe Acrobat DC is well suited for creating professional-looking documents for clients, such as white papers, forms, guides, etc. It is also moderately suited for editing PDFs, but it has some issues when trying to replace certain images or completely changing the font when editing. The text boxes also give me trouble when trying to select them.


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