Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
We mainly use Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to view and edit .pdf files we use for our business. Whether it be fliers, brochures, documents, handouts for our courses, conference and course workbooks, etc. Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is our go-to app for managing, editing, creating, sharing, and more. I create many of these items in Indesign and Illustrator and export them as pdfs. I am then able to go in and make any necessary edits later on as well as add, remove, or rearrange pages. Combined with those two apps, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is the icing on the cake.
- Rearranging pages
- Combining pdfs together
- Editing pdfs
- Converting to different file types.
- When I edit text sometimes, it doesn't always replace with the same exact font.
- Ability to edit all parts of a pdf file.
- Ability to rearrange pages.
- Exporting and conversion options.
- Time saver. Able to make most edits within so I don't have to go back to my design files and make adjustments and resave everything.
- Can make edits to old documents.
- It's nice to be able to convert pdfs to Word docs on occasion.
- Reducing pdf files sizes has been great for online deliverability and saving hard drive space.
- No need to outsource.
While Adobe Illustrator and Indesign are great for graphics and layout work, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC it great for more pdf specifics. There are some exporting options and things in Ai and Id but that's about it. Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is great for doing things after it's all been designed and exported. It's great for more business-related items and legal documents as well. Getting signatures, file protection, and more.
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Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is great for any pdf related documents. It's great for handouts, workbooks, fliers, brochures, word docs that have been converted to pdfs, creating signable documents, protecting documents. I really love using it for editing, combining, and rearranging pages, and its exporting options. It's good for creating more basic document style pdfs but I don't recommend it for designing fliers and more graphic-heavy documents.