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Adobe Acrobat X Professional

by Adobe
Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
67 customer reviews

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  • Automate multistep tasks and share with others using the Action Wizard.
  • Customize PDF Portfolios with an all-new collection of layouts, visual themes, and color palettes.
  • Search and reuse scanned content with greater accuracy through improved optical character recognition (OCR).
  • Seamlessly integrate PDF files into Microsoft SharePoint workflows.
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Experience the full power of next-generation Acrobat Dynamic PDF. Use Adobe Acrobat X Pro software to deliver high-impact communications that combine audio, video, interactive media, and a wide variety of file types into a polished, professional PDF Portfolio. Get feedback faster through easy-to-manage electronic reviews. Create and distribute fillable PDF forms to collect critical data. Apply passwords and permissions to protect your work. And confidently store and share documents through easy-to-use services at Acrobat.com.

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The Latest Version of Adobe Acrobat: Acrobat X Professional

When it comes to creating and sharing professional-level PDF files—with audio, video, and rich media—there’s Adobe Acrobat X Pro, and then there’s everything else. Acrobat X helps you increase your productivity and deliver better, more polished work. It’s so much more than just a simple PDF creation tool. Also confidently store and share documents through easy-to-use services at Acrobat.com.

Acrobat X PDF Portfolio Creation Screenshot
Showcase your work with PDF Portfolios.
Acrobat X Action Wizard Screenshot
Automate routine tasks with the Action Wizard.
Acrobat X Review Comment Screenshot
Streamline document reviews with comment tools for your entire team.

Top Overall Features

PDF Portfolios
Combine a wide range of file types into a polished, organized PDF Portfolio. Apply professionally designed layouts, visual themes, and color palettes. Easily add logos and colors to reflect your branding.

Rich media support
Quickly bring ideas to life through rich, interactive documents. Insert audio, Adobe Flash Player-compatible video, and interactive media into PDF files, for seamless playback in Adobe Reader X or Reader 9.

Action Wizard
Automate routine, multistep tasks into a single, guided Action. Create, manage, execute, and share a sequence of frequently used steps that can be applied to a single PDF or batches of files.

Acrobat X Pro Highlights
Acrobat X Professional Highlights

Extend Reader functionality
Enable Adobe Reader X or Reader 9 users to participate in shared reviews, fill and save forms, and digitally sign and approve PDF documents—regardless of platform or operating system.

Streamlined Document Reviews
Provide team members with a complete set of comment and markup tools, so everyone can participate in shared document reviews using Adobe Reader X or Reader 9 software. See and build on each other's comments, plus track progress and participation.

Permanent information removal
Use redaction tools to permanently delete sensitive information, including specific text and illustrations. Easily sanitize documents with one click, finding and deleting hidden information such as metadata, annotations, attachments, form fields, layers, and bookmarks.

Online file sharing
Use Adobe SendNow online services from within Acrobat to send, share, and track large files without the headaches of email size restrictions, FTP sites, and costly overnight services.

Acrobat X Desktop Family Comparison
Before you choose, consider Adobe Acrobat X Pro as a part of Adobe Acrobat X Suite software.

Product Details

Platform: PC Disc
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0046DH8PC
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Software
  • Release Date: December 9, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,316 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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126 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Peachbulb on May 26, 2011
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Before I begin, I should say that I'm reviewing this from an individual user's perspective. Large businesses and other organizations would find the product more useful, but I figure they're unlikely to buy the software from Amazon.

The main issue for potential Amazon buyers shouldn't be whether it's a useful product--it is. Rather, is it useful enough to justify its high price? For most users, I think it isn't. Instead, I recommend looking at some other products whose *combined* price is a fraction of Acrobat X Professional.

Here are the PDF features I use most and that I think are most relevant to individual users.

PRINTING TO PDF. If this is all you want from a PDF software, then Acrobat is waaaay overkill. The free version of Cute PDF is all you need.

SCANNING TO PDF. Many scanners come with software that allows you to save as a PDF, so look into that first. Otherwise, check out Cute PDF Professional and Foxit Phantom PDF Suite.

SEARCHING PDF. The free Acrobat Reader has a nice search function.

EDITING TEXT IN PDF. I recommend Corel PDF Fusion because of its great function that allows you to import a PDF directly into Word and edit it there.

COMBINING DOCUMENTS, DELETING/INSERTING PAGES, ETC. There are many PDF software programs that do this. Cute PDF Professional allows you to insert blank pages into a PDF, something Acrobat still doesn't let you do even though it's a basic feature that many people would like. CORRECTION: Apologies for missing the feature the first time. Acrobat does allow you to insert a blank page. In the Pages section of the Tools sidebar, go to "More Insert Options".
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By KWJ VINE VOICE on May 24, 2011
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I have been a fan of Adobe Acrobat from day one. I do a great deal of work in the print-on-demand field, and PDFs are the defacto-standard, and require specialized formatting. I was excited that version 10 was out, and was looking forward to a lot of new features and a better program all around, but I was disappointed.

The user interface is completely changed from v.9, and it actually looks like it belongs to a "lite" version, rather than the flagship v.10 this has been touted to be. It took me a while to find my way to my favorite tools, and even though I've used it a while now, I don't like the configuration, and am going back to v.9. (Adobe has provided user tutorials to help you learn the newly revamped interface. Really? Why do I want to spend time learning a new interface to a program I've already used for years?)

If you're upgrading from a really old version of Acrobat, then the features here will seem heavenly. But if you're already using v.9, I would suggest sticking with it until we see what Adobe has planned for v.11. I'm hoping they'll take user comments to heart, and return us to the user interface we can all use in our sleep, and not make us re-learn how to do things we already know how to do.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By ccc on February 2, 2011
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I was hoping that Acrobat X would be faster with less glitches than Acrobat Pro 9. However, it is actually worse! The tools are so disorganized. In Acrobat Pro 9, you can customize the tool box in an intuitive fashion, but in version X, it is so convoluted and I couldn't figure out how to make it the way I wanted. Also the Typewriter now pops up with its own window that you cannot integrate into the tool bar. What the heck? And the interface is just ugly. What were the designers thinking???

Don't waste your money on this, and stick to the Acrobat Pro 9.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sean Sampson on April 15, 2012
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I first purchased Adobe Acrobat 7 for our business office and it seemed to work OK as I learned the program. We had hoped to convert all our office documents to PDF for daily use as well as saving all past documents and records for archival purposes.

Acrobat 8 - persistent crashes
Shortly after the version 7 purchase, we upgraded to Acrobat 8. Immediately on using Acrobat 8, I encountered repeatable program crashes on using some fairly simple features of the program. For example, whenever I used a split screen so I could add bookmarks (for a table of contents) to a document, closing the split screen would cause Acrobat 8 to crash every time. This was true on several different PCs running XP, Vista, and Windows 7 (all 32 bit). I reported these to Adobe, but their numerous patches did not fix these crashes. We then stopped using Acrobat 8 except for making PDFs to communicate some documents to other businesses. We decided not archive our business records in PDF until a better version of Acrobat might appear.

Acrobat 9 - frequent total freezing of the PC
For Acrobat 9, I bought only one copy for my office to test it first. The split-screen crash appeared resolved, but Acrobat 9 would freeze the computer at apparently random times. The freezes occurred sometimes when opening a single page PDF, several page PDF, or large PDFs of several hundred pages. The freeze could also occur when navigating from page to page within a PDF or performing redaction. The freezes would prevent any other activity on the computer - even opening Windows Task Manager with CTRL-ALT-DEL. The PC would stay frozen for anywhere from 5 minutes to 30 minutes, and occasionally indefinitely.
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