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Adobe Unveils New Acrobat "DC" (ver. 12) - with Document Cloud

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  1. Can you tell me where in the new Adobe Acrobat Pro DC all of the editing tools went.
    I cant find any of the drawing and stamping tools that I had in the adobe pro versions that I have been using for years.
    Thank you!
    Tammy

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  2. Every time a document is upside down and I use Adobe DC to rotate the document, it will not stay rotated. This causes a problem because my tablet version of Adobe DC has no menu options to rotate the screen. I need documents to stay correct. Please help!

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  3. I cannot make pdfs of emails received in my inbox. It converts them to the mobile version…. then produces the pdf?? How do I make to create a pdf showing what I see on the screen…which is the wider desktop version???

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    • Not sure Carol, what email application are you using? Is it a web client or a desktop program? What actions are you performing to produce the PDF? What is the Acrobat version number you’re using (Help menu > About…) – is the software fully updated?

  4. Hi…I’m editing a document that has “approved” or “for comment” marked on many pages. How do I edit this document to remove the stamps from the final product? Thanks!

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  5. Habe Version Adobe Acrobat Pro DC für “Student & Teacher Edition”. Möchte eine “sehr” grosse (ca. 2.80 Meter Länge u. ca. 100 cm Breite) EXCEL-Datei in PDF umwandeln, dann zuschneiden u. auf einem Plotter “gesamthaft” auf einem “grossen” Papierblatt ausdrucken, d.h. nicht jedes A4-Blatt einzeln ausdrucken. Wer kann mir den Vorgang beschreiben. Danke im Voraus für Ihre Mitteilung. MfG Rainer

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    • Hey Scott,

      DC stands for “Document Cloud” – what it means and how it works is explained in the article above. It’s the successor to the line of Acrobat XI, X, 9, etc.

  6. If I purchase Acrobat DC and create a fillable PDF form to be distributed to users for feedback purposes, what software is required by the users in order to complete the fillable form?

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  7. I cannot edit my documents like I used to in Acrobat X & X1. I have floorplans that I need to make minor changes to… click and move a table here, a wall there and it is extremely limited now on what i can even select to move edit resize or delete. I hate ACROBAT DC!!!!!!
    I can’t easily highlight things with circles and boxes anymore either. Not finding any info on line – HELP!!!!

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    • Not sure Jenn, what exactly do you mean? Are you receiving any error or other message? If so, what is the exact text of that?

      Also, are you sure your system and the software are fully up to date (Acrobat Help menu > Check for Updates).

      We have not ever heard anything like that, so if this doesn’t help then please try contacting Adobe Technical Support directly:

      http://www.ContactAdobe.com/

      Via live online chat is usually fastest/easiest.

  8. I am looking for a way to make available documents on my (not yet online) website that allows our subscribers to edit / update documents for their own use and also enter figures to do some basic calculations. We are only talking about 5-10 documents and they are fairly basic.

    In order for them to edit the document and do calculations, do they need to purchase Adobe DC and have it installed on their computer or can they do it on their already-installed PDF software? If so is there a workaround so they don’t have to purchase the whole license. It probably wouldn’t be a good solution if they did need to pay.

    Thanks

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    • Hi Joanne, you can upload PDFs with Forms that other people can fill out and manipulate/change, but if you want them to be able to edit the actual content of the PDFs, then they would need an editing app like Acrobat Pro/Standard.

  9. We’ve often found that people think that Document Cloud and Creative Cloud require an internet connection to work. Your post does well in clarifying that this is not the case.

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  10. Is there any difference between the Acrobat Pro DC “stand alone version” and the cloud based version other than the way in which they are purchased and licensed? Is the software itself exactly the same?

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