Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
We use Adobe Acrobat Reader DC for contract reviews, convert our proposals to this format for submittal to our customers, and reviewing our purchase orders. Our business system also routinely downloads reports into the program for review and saving. There are so many touch points that we use this system for.
- Quick operation. No lag for opening or saving documents.
- Low errors. It is a very dependable program.
- Interacts well with other programs.
- For the general user, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is fine for what they need it for. If you need to combine documents, modify them, or do any higher level items, you need the full Adobe Acrobat DC.
- It is our default pdf program, almost ingrained in our business.
- Allows us to quickly review, save, and submit pdf documents
- Dependable. I can't think of anytime that the program has crashed or froze.
- It is a standard install on all computers at our company. Critical for our business.
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I have both programs installed on my computer. General day to day use is handled with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, while Adobe Acrobat DC is used for those cases where I need more options out of the program.
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For someone who is looking to read a pdf of a document, and maybe make some mark-ups throughout, Reader DC is great for that. If you need to take things a step further to be able to combine PDFs together, insert additional pages, or do more advanced editing, you would need the full DC Adobe Acrobat.