Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Upgrade Windows
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- NEW: Turn scanned paper documents into instantly editable PDFs with automatic font matching so new edits blend right in.
- NEW: Edit PDFs faster with full-page paragraph reflow and easy bullet updates.
- IMPROVED: Export PDFs to Word, Excel, or PowerPoint with improved bullet and table formatting.
- NEW: Fix suspected text recognition errors in scans faster with a side-by-side view.
- NEW: Automatically fix document photos to remove backgrounds and adjust perspective.
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The all-new Adobe Acrobat Pro DC brings stunning simplicity to everyday PDF tasks - including revolutionary enhancements for editing PDFs and scanned documents.
- Instantly edit scanned documents—Turn paper scans into editable PDFs with automatic font matching so new edits blend right in.
- Create protected PDFs—Create high-quality PDF files from Acrobat or popular Microsoft Office apps. Add restrictions to prevent others from copying, editing, or printing sensitive information.
- Edit PDF text and images—Use a familiar point-and-click interface to edit PDF documents intuitively— right within Acrobat.
- Export PDFs to Office—Convert PDFs to Word, Excel, or PowerPoint formats while preserving fonts, formatting, and layouts.
- Delete sensitive information—Find and get rid of text, images, or even metadata—permanently.
- Sign anything—Fill, sign, and send forms
More Top Features
Instantly edit scanned documents
Turn paper scans into editable PDFs with automatic font matching so new edits blend right in.
Edit PDF text and images
Use a familiar point-and-click interface to edit PDF documents intuitively— right within Acrobat.
Fill, sign, and send forms fast
Export PDFs to Office
Convert PDFs to Word, Excel, or PowerPoint formats while preserving fonts, formatting, and layouts.
DVD-ROM drive required | 1.5GHz or faster processor | Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 (32 bit and 64 bit), 2012 (64 bit), or 2012 R2 (64 bit); Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit); or Windows 8 (32 bit and 64 bit) | 1GB of RAM | 2.5GB of available hard-disk space| 1024x768 screen resolution | Internet Explorer 8, 9,10 (Windows 8 minimum), or 11; Firefox (ESR) | Video hardware acceleration (optional)
DVD-ROM drive required | Intel processor | Mac OS X v10.9 or v10.10 | Safari 7 or 8 (browser plug-in for Safari supported on 64-bit Intel processor only) | 1GB of RAM | 2.75GB of available hard-disk space | 1024x768 screen resolution
This software will not operate without activation. Internet connection and registration are required for software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.* Phone activation is not available.
Acrobat Pro DC is the world's leading PDF solution for creating, editing and managing documents on your desktop. The new 2015 release includes a touch-enabled user interface and revolutionary enhancements for editing PDFs and scanned documents.
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I have used and been very happy with the perpetually licensed Acrobat Standard and Pro versions since Version 4 through IX. Compared to some third party pdf creators/editors Acrobat has been bigger and slower but that hasn't mattered much to me. Acrobat was the pdf "gold standard" and functionality.
With the DC version of Acrobat this changed for me. While still available as a perpetual license, DC is pushing users toward subscription licensing. Even with this perpetual license you must have an Adobe account and be logged-in to use Acrobat DC and/or get Adobe cloud storage.
It's free to create a login for now, but the bottom of the product description says: "Online Services are not available in all countries or languages, may require user registration, and may be discontinued or modified in whole or in part without notice. Additional fees or subscription charges may apply." It's the last sentence two sentences that caught my eye. Does this mean our required login and that included cloud storage may eventually get a monthly fee? The door is being left open, for sure.
Unlike this perpetual upgrade license version, the subscription version of Acrobat DC Pro you'll pay $15/month with annual commitment. At that price in less than 10 months you'll pay enough to buy the $169 Acrobat DC Pro upgrade. Even with the full package it's just over 16 months at the $379 perpetual full version. With the subscription you also get 20GB of cloud storage and an included mobile app. These don't matter to me and I keep my perpetual software a lot longer than 10 or 16 months before upgrading, so bad deal for me!
The user interface has radically changed from the fairly clean and efficient Acrobat XI interface to a screen full of large icons. Functions are similar, just how to get at them has changed. I expect as I get used to this more touch oriented layout I'll feel better about it. If you are a long time user like me this will take a little getting used to.
If you are a heavy user of Acrobat (I'm a more occasional user - a few times a week on average) you might want to look up and memorize the keyboard shortcuts. I only remember the most basic shortcuts. If you use advanced features or use it a lot these shortcuts can be a powerful productivity accelerator.
Outside of the annoying issues above the DC version of Acrobat does add a spell checker, better conversion from scans to PDF with text recognition, improved conversion from PDF to Word and other formats, and document reflow. These are the kinds of improvement I expect with a major version release of Acrobat.
If you are happy with Acrobat X or XI you might not find the improvements in this version worth the issues in upgrading to DC. I didn't have any installation difficulties on Windows 7 Pro 64bit.
Overall I am not happy with being pushed to the cloud at what will likely be double my real-world expense of buying a perpetual upgrade every several years. The new touchy interface isn't a joy to me yet but I may come to like it in time. All things considered I'll give Acrobat DC Pro Upgrade 3 stars.
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