Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Within my freelance business I use Acrobat Reader DC to test Acrobat forms and files that I am send to clients who do not have the full version of Acrobat Pro. I also work part time at a non-profit where I implemented the use of Acrobat Reader in conjunction with Sign to streamline their forms. We are able to transfer our internal forms to fillable, sign-able PDFs with Acrobat Pro and then have individual departments view and sign with Acrobat Reader.
- Easily view and fill out online forms.
- Ability to sign forms.
- Easily views and read in almost all environments.
- Perfect for sending proofs to clients.
- Notes can be added. Very handy for clients to note changes or corrections right on the documnet.
- There are many things you can not do unless you have the full version of Acrobat Pro, but that is what this program was made for. A free version to view, sign, and make notes.
- It has improved the entire proofing system but eliminating the need for printing and mailing proofs.
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Acrobat Reader DC is great for view and reviewing documents, particularly proofs where it is helpful to have note for changes and corrections directly on the document. Reader is also helpful in filling out forms and signing them. It is not the full version, so things like creating forms are not available. For that you would need the full version of Acrobat Pro.