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    Cloudswave Score for Adobe Acrobat

    Rating based on 20 Critic Reviews

    19 Favorable reviews
    90 %
    1 Mixed reviews
    5 %
    1 unfavorable reviews
    5 %
  • Acrobat XI provides several new features that really stand out, and it’s part of the Creative Cloud so it’s available to many users without extra cost.

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  • Given a choice and with the right budget, I would select Adobe Acrobat XI over products from other vendors, even though the Standard edition is priced more than twice as much as Nitro Pro 8 or Foxit. Adobe created the PDF format, and Adobe has the most experience in implementing it and dealing with potential problems.

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  • Given how widespread PDFs are, Acrobat Pro ought to be an indispensable tool. Even this update continues to be frustrating to use for comments and reviews, but the editing options mean a PDF is no longer where information gets fossilised.

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  • Users who have shelled out for CS6 may feel shortchanged and MS Office integration is balanced in favour of Windows, but Acrobat XI offers a substantial boost to productivity for managing PDFs. Standout features are the streamlined digital signing, export as PowerPoint, the Photoshop-style automation of Guided Actions, and Edit Text & Images, which banishes ‘static’ PDFs forever.

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  • Taken together, Adobe Acrobat XI Pro, EchoSign, and FormsCentral have impressive capabilities, but the links for EchoSign and FormsCentral are just that—links; that is the extent of their integration into Acrobat XI Pro. They are separate components with minimal integration, and I suspect that having to deal with three different components will make the paperless office concept look good only on...paper.

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  • To stay relevant, Adobe has to keep their flagship Acrobat product relevant to the way enterprises work today and this latest release aims to keep Acrobat in position. Enterprises who rely heavily on workflow and collaboration should find features in Acrobat Pro XI to help them streamline and secure document editing and workflow across their organization.

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  • Acrobat XI Pro isn’t just the most capable application for producing and consuming PDFs, then, it’s the key to unlocking the full potential of Adobe’s all-encompassing, Acrobat-based PDF ecosystem. Its high price mean it won’t be for everyone, but for large organisations, the efficiency and productivity gains Acrobat Pro XI and its cloud-based support services bring will quickly cover the cost.

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  • It doesn't do everything, but Adobe Acrobat is still the most powerful, stable, and mature PDF application, from the creator of the PDF format.

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  • Adobe Acrobat excels as a slick and snappy document editor, and it is certainly worth the upgrade if you're already a current owner of their previous versions. However, recommending this program depends on the frequency and type of your PDF activity. If you're only interested in simple conversion of word processor docs, look elsewhere: modern word processors already include built-in converters for PDF. However, if you're going the opposite direction (like changing complex PDF files to Word as an example) and want to create interactive forms, export PDFs to PowerPoint, or employ more flexible formatting, Acrobat XI provides a impressively arranged arsenal of document-management and editing tools. It's Adobe's best editor yet.

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    If I had to summarize the changes in this version of Acrobat in three words, I think I'd go with "work flow enhancements." Every change in Acrobat XI seems to be designed to move PDF files through your hands faster, increasing their interoperability with other applications, and making them more easily accessible from any device.

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  • Adobe Acrobat Standard, Pro, and Suite are clearly more than just tools for creating and reading PDF documents. Be sure to take advantage of even just a few of the features described in this article to become more productive and solve common business issues. As you do, you will no doubt discover many additional opportunities to put Acrobat to work in ways that you may not have previously dreamed.

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