Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Working as a Licensing and Onboarding Specialist at All Web Leads, Inc. I use Adobe Acrobat Reader DC daily. I pull PDB (Producer Database) reports from NIPR (National Insurance Producer Registry) regularly and scan the reports to note any updates. I can easily navigate the lengthy reports since the Adobe Acrobat Reader files make great use of bookmarks within their PDFs.
- Opens very quickly.
- Makes exceptional use of bookmarks.
- Easy to navigate from page to page.
- Zoom in and zoom out is seamless.
- Easy to save files.
- It would be nice if there was an easier way to edit PDFs.
- While it's great for creating final drafts, rough drafts are not as easy.
- In ability to collaborate with others (like you can with MS Word, Excel, etc.).
- File storage
- The ability to share professional documents has provided an immense ROI.
- The ability to store PDFs in different networks (i.e.: cloud, local).
- Adobe Acrobat Reader DC sets the standard in finalized documents..
Do you think Adobe Acrobat Reader delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Adobe Acrobat Reader's feature set?
Did Adobe Acrobat Reader live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Adobe Acrobat Reader go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Adobe Acrobat Reader again?
Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is very well suited for creating final draft documents that don't require a lot of editing. It also makes excellent use of bookmarks, its use of zoom in and zoom out, and how quickly it opens and saves. If you're looking to collaborate with other users in real-time, or work collaboratively with other users on a rough draft document, however, then Adobe Acrobat Reader DC make not be the best choice (compared to MS O365).