Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Most employees have only the free version of Adobe Reader. The design department and the digital team have the Pro version. It is very helpful in making adjustments, exporting in different formats and being able to edit the documents. We receive advertiser materials for our publications and often we have to go in and manipulate the ad in some fashion.
- Ability to edit and save the document.
- A lot more functionality is available over the Reader.
- Being able to manipulate documents is very important for the type of work we do.
- It would be nice to be able to markup PDFs in a much easier fashion.
- Changing the file type (RGB, CYMK) is a bit clunky.
- I would like to see better compression engine for PDF to be distributed via web. File size can be an issue.
- Editing, manipulating, adjusting the pages.
- Sharing with others is easy.
- PDFs are everywhere so it's important to have a tool like DC to create them.
- I think it's absolutely worth the money for your employees.
- Just the Reader is nice, but DC allows you to make changes and manipulate the PDF.
- The value versus cost it offers is a no-brainer.
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Did Adobe Acrobat Reader live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Adobe Acrobat Reader go as expected?
Would you buy Adobe Acrobat Reader again?
It is a great tool for changing, editing or manipulating PDF files. More and more PDF files are the go-to file type for many things. Printing (professionally), distribution via email or web (with file size manipulation to fit those digital paths). Brochures, books, spec sheets can all be created and easily shared. Easily manipulated and saved using Adobe DC.