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Adobe Acrobat X Standard

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

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  • Search and reuse scanned content with greater accuracy through improved optical character recognition.
  • Easily save data in PDF documents to Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to expedite reuse of content.
  • Seamlessly integrate PDF files into Microsoft SharePoint workflows.
  • Convert PDF files to Microsoft Word documents with improved formatting and layout preservation.
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Platform: PC Disc

Product Description

Discover the power of Acrobat Dynamic PDF to help you create and share next-generation PDF files and work better with your team. Use Adobe Acrobat X Standard software to easily scan and convert paper documents into searchable, electronic PDF files, and turn paper forms into fillable PDF forms. Quickly combine and organize multiple file types into a single, polished PDF document that can be shared reliably with virtually anyone, anywhere. Apply basic security features to protect your work. And confidently store and share documents through easy-to-use services at Acrobat.com.


Acrobat X Standard -- B0046DMZH8

The Latest Version of Adobe Acrobat: Acrobat X Standard

When it comes to creating and sharing PDF documents—securely and reliably—there’s Adobe Acrobat X, and then there’s everything else. Acrobat X helps you simplify your life by creating searchable PDFs, making fillable forms, combining multiple files types into a single PDF, and much more—all so you can get more done. Also confidently store and share documents through easy-to-use services at Acrobat.com.

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Top Overall Features

PDF file conversion
Create PDF documents from within any application that prints, including one-button conversion from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and Access, as well as from Firefox and Lotus Notes — without leaving the application you’re working in.

Edit PDF files
Quickly and easily edit PDF documents without going back to the original source files. Save time by making simple changes to text directly within PDF files, then remove, reorder, and rotate pages.

Convert PDF files back to Word & Excel
Reuse content from PDF documents to get a head start on new projects. Save PDF files as Microsoft Word or Excel files and retain layout, fonts, formatting, and tables.

Acrobat X Standard Highlights
Acrobat X Standard Highlights

Multiple file merging
Combine content from multiple sources—including documents, spreadsheets, emails, web pages, scanned paper, and images—into one compact PDF file that can be shared and viewed easily.

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.

Fillable forms
Easily create fillable PDF forms from scanned paper documents or existing PDF, Microsoft Word, or Excel files. Automatically convert static fields to fillable ones. Track and manage responses. Export data to a spreadsheet for analysis.

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Product Details

Platform: PC Disc
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0046DMZH8
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 8 x 1 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Software
  • Release Date: December 9, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,293 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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86 of 86 people found the following review helpful By dissipatedfog on January 14, 2011
Platform for Display: PC Disc
I had a choice between version 9 and X and made the wrong one. I had been using the trial version of 9 and loved how I could copy information in a PDF as a table and paste into Excel. Version X says it has this great new feature of being able to save a PDF as an Excel file and I thought, "Great!" Uh, not so great. Information that used to copy and paste beautifully into Excel is now a jumbled mess. Some of the columns don't translate correctly, so instead of information spread out over 3 or 4 columns, it's all in one - I can get THAT from the free Adobe Reader. I've tried saving as Excel, saving as a Word docx and copy/pasting but each way has produced poor results. I've tried the copy and paste into Excel from some of the exact PDFs that worked with version 9, so it's definitely this version. Maybe there are some other ways that X is better than 9, but this is a huge thing to not work well.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Travis H. Long on February 28, 2011
Platform for Display: PC Disc
When I bought a new computer in January 2011 I upgraded from Acrobat 8 Standard to Acrobat X Standard specifically because the product advertises it is compatible with MS Office 2010 and Windows 7. I am running 64-bit Windows 7 Home edition. My MS Office suite is 32-bit. Unfortunately, I can't create .pdfs from any Office products.

I spent 61 minutes on hold waiting to get through to a tech support individual the first time I called. I have since spent several hours with a tech from India on two different occasions where he controls my screen and tries to solve the problem. The individual has had no luck trying to fix the problem. I really don't think the tech support individual knew much more than I did by watching him fumble around on my screen. I think he may have been searching Adobe's support site for answers! He rescheduled for a third time, but failed to contact me. I have now had to reopen the support claim because Adobe considered my case "resolved" since they didn't hear from me for a few days after the tech failed to call back.

I am not sure all the bugs are worked out of the program. I have no problems with any other software on my computer.
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183 of 197 people found the following review helpful By A.B. on December 10, 2010
Platform for Display: PC Disc
Lets face it; after two decades, Adobe is running out of ways to make documents seem exciting.

With Acrobat 10, there are three price tiers. Acrobat pro adds the ability to redact information, make forms and embed media files. Acrobat suite tries to vertically integrate Acrobat with technology from Adobe's other products (Flash, Premiere, and Photoshop) to provide an alternative to Powerpoint.

Here's what would excite me: If Adobe took the time to rewrite Acrobat from the bottom up as a 64-bit application. I am running Acrobat on Windows 7 64-bit and it still uses antiquated 32-bit code.

I would also be excited if Adobe added serious multi-threading support since most of today's computers have two, four, six and even more processor cores.

Adobe definitely has not skimped on heavy-handed Digital Rights Management -- the buzzword for its effort to keep you from stealing this software. Adobe runs its Windows background software even when you aren't running Acrobat. The software phones-home any hardware anomalies or license-key issues that might arouse suspicion.

In the past, Acrobat has been accused of being "bloatware"--software that is overly elaborate and innefficient in completing simple tasks. This can be inevitable when you have these giant applications with very long development cycles and inevatible staff turnover.

Acrobat still has the "feel" of being "code-by-committee." In making each new version, the marketers tell the developers the feature-sets they want. Those features get tacked-on. That spark of true innovation and daring originality that defines the startup-phase of a new idea is lost in bureaucracy.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jack on May 9, 2011
Platform for Display: PC Disc
This product has a feature called "Prepare for Web Publishing." For some reason I assumed this would mean making the file smaller (makes sense, doesn't it?). I put a 26MB pdf through it, and after 35 minutes of Acrobat using up all of my computer's memory and processing power, the document finally came out the other way at 330MB. Then I closed the program, but I noticed my computer was still very slow. I opened the task manager, and there it was, Acrobat still running as a process and using up all my memory. (For this kind of money I would expect a program that at least knows how to shut itself.) And then there's the bloat, of course: 1.94GB of disk space for a glorified word processor. And then it hangs all the time. I could go on and on, but there's no point. The trial is free, so don't take my word for it: go ahead and give it a go.
Trying to charge ANY amount of money for a product like this is an insult. I gave Acrobat a try out of curiosity, but the freeware alternatives are better, faster, and more stable (and obviously cheaper), so I wouldn't buy this piece of junk even if I had more money than Bill Gates and Warren Buffett put together. Ten versions (TEN!!!) and Adobe still haven't got themselves together. How they manage to stay in business really is beyond me.
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