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Adobe Acrobat Professional

Adobe Acrobat Professional software enables users to create and edit Adobe Acrobat PDF documents. The PDF format provides universally viewable documents for secure distribution, collaboration, and data collection.

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Store and access Dropbox files when you’re working in Acrobat or on your desktop. Sync your documents and pick up your work right where you left off, across devices. Turn any document — paper or digital — into a PDF form. Then fill, sign, and send it.

Interact with PDFs

  • View and interact with all types of PDF content
  • New: Work on touch-enabled devices
  • New: Store and share files online with instant access to recently viewed files
  • New: Access and store files in your Box, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive accounts
  • New: Send, track, and confirm document delivery electronically

Create PDFs

  • Convert documents and images to PDF files
  • Create PDFs from any application that prints
  • Create, protect, and send PDFs in popular Microsoft Office apps for Windows
  • Combine multiple documents in one PDF
  • Convert web pages to interactive PDFs, complete with links
  • Prevent others from copying or editing information in PDFs
  • Create a password-protected PDF
  • Turn scanned documents into searchable PDFs with selectable text
  • New: Recognize text in scans, and then preview and correct suspect errors with a side-by-side view
  • New: Automatically fix photos of documents to remove backgrounds and adjust perspective
  • New: Turn Adobe Photoshop (PSD), Illustrator (AI), or InDesign (INDD) files into PDFs from your desktop or mobile device
  • Create and export PDFs on your mobile device
  • New: Take advantage of Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac support
  • Prepare PDFs consistently with guided actions
  • Convert and validate PDFs for compliance with ISO standards like PDF/A and PDF/X
  • Create technical PDFs in Microsoft Project, Visio, or Autodesk AutoCAD
  • Create and validate PDFs to meet accessibility standards for people with disabilities

Edit PDFs

  • New: Edit PDF text and images with full-page paragraph reflow
  • New: Turn PDFs into editable Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files with improved formatting accuracy
  • Convert PDFs to JPEG, TIFF, or PNG image formats
  • Insert, delete, and organize pages in a PDF
  • Add bookmarks, headers, numbering, and watermarks
  • New: Turn scanned paper documents into instantly editable PDFs
  • Automatically optimize PDFs to reduce file size
  • Add audio, video, and interactive objects to PDFs
  • Redact to permanently remove sensitive information in PDFs
  • Preflight and prepare files for high-end print production
  • Add Bates numbering to legal documents
  • New: Edit text and organize pages in PDFs on your iPad
  • New: Reorder, delete, or rotate PDF pages on your iOS or Android tablet

Sign and collect

  • New: Fill, sign, and send forms faster using data from your autofill collection on your computer or mobile device
  • Measure the distance, area, and perimeter of objects in PDFs
  • New: Capture your signature with your mobile device to use across Adobe Document Cloud
  • Add comments to PDFs with a highlighter, sticky notes, and more
  • New: Give and get fast, clear feedback with all-New: commenting tools
  • Turn paper or Word docs into fillable PDF forms
  • New: Host SharePoint-based shared reviews on Office 365 sites
  • Work with certificate signatures
  • Collect comments from others in one PDF file
  • Choose comments and export to Word
  • Mark PDFs with stamps, such as “approved” or “draft”
  • New: Collect e-signatures from others and track responses in real time
  • Compare two versions of a document to see what’s changed
  • Enhance PDF forms by adding interactivity with JavaScript

What's New:

Windows patches updated to 2021.007.20095

Accessibility

  • 4341633: Outline box is not visible in Custom Area selection on using Reading Order tool

Adobe Sign

  • 4341599: Unable to type @ symbol in Add Signer dialog in Request Signature workflow with localized keyboard

Editing

  • 4341451: [Windows only] Selection border does not show up while selecting objects during marquee selection

Installer

  • 4341424: Acrobat/Reader starts repair window when launched from shortcut icon or on opening FDF/XDP/XFDF files

PDFMaker

  • 4341762: Alt-text of figures is not getting captured and appearing gibberish post conversion to pdf

Rendering

  • 4341347: Out of Memory error while scrolling through page thumbnails
  • 4341548: Lag was observed while using Marquee Zoom tool on Mac

Viewer

  • 4341639: On Mac, black marker is not visible on dragging-dropping in Left Side Panels
  • 4341271: Menu Bar appears truncated on extended monitor

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Adobe Acrobat

Set of application software to view, edit and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF)

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Adobe Acrobat Pro DC running on Windows 10. Other editions of Acrobat DC (Standard and Reader) feature a similar interface.

Developer(s)Adobe Inc.
Initial releaseJune 15, 1993; 28 years ago (1993-06-15)
Windows and macOS, continuous track21.007.20095 / September 29, 2021; 17 days ago (2021-09-29)[1][2]
Windows, classic track (2020)20.004.30015 / September 14, 2021; 32 days ago (2021-09-14)[1][3]
Windows, classic track (2017)17.011.30202 / September 14, 2021; 32 days ago (2021-09-14)[1][4]
Android21.6.0.18197 / June 27, 2021; 3 months ago (2021-06-27)[5]
iOS21.07.00 / July 26, 2021; 2 months ago (2021-07-26)[6]
Android (Beta)21.7.0.18712 / July 18, 2021; 2 months ago (2021-07-18)[7]
Operating systemWindows, macOS, Linux,[8]Android, iOS
Size
TypeDesktop publishing
LicenseProprietary
Website

Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Inc. to view, create, manipulate, print and manage Portable Document Format (PDF) files.[11]

The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Reader), Acrobat (formerly Exchange) and Acrobat.com. The basic Acrobat Reader, available for several desktop and mobile platforms, is freeware; it supports viewing, printing and annotating of PDF files.[12] Additional, "Premium", services are available on paid subscription. The commercialproprietary Acrobat, available for Microsoft Windows and macOS only, can also create, edit, convert, digitally sign, encrypt, export and publish PDF files. Acrobat.com complements the family with a variety of enterprise content management and file hosting services.

Purpose[edit]

The main function of Adobe Acrobat is creating, viewing, and editing PDF documents. It can import popular document and image formats and save them as PDF. It's also possible to import a scanner's output, a website, or the contents of the Windows clipboard.

Because of the nature of the PDF, however, once a PDF document is created, its natural organization and flow cannot be meaningfully modified. In other words, Adobe Acrobat is able to modify the contents of paragraphs and images, but doing so does not repaginate the whole document to accommodate for a longer or shorter document. Acrobat can crop PDF pages, change their order, manipulate hyperlinks, digitally sign a PDF file, add comments, redact certain parts of the PDF file, and ensure its adherence to such standards as PDF/A.

History[edit]

Main article: Adobe Acrobat version history

Adobe Acrobat came to being in 1993 and had to compete with other products and proprietary formats that aimed to create digital documents:

Acrobat XI

Reader XI

Distiller XI

Acrobat.com

CreatePDF

ExportPDF

EchoSign

FormsCentral

SendNow

Old logos of Acrobat apps and services

Adobe has renamed the Acrobat products several times, in addition to merging, splitting and discontinuing them. Initially, the offered products were called Acrobat Reader, Acrobat Exchange and Acrobat Distiller. "Acrobat Exchange" soon became "Acrobat". Over time, "Acrobat Reader" became "Reader". Between versions 3 and 5, Acrobat did not have several editions.[clarification needed] In 1999, the Acrobat.com service came to being and introduced several web services whose names started with "Acrobat", but eventually, "Acrobat.com" was downgraded from the name of the family of services, to that of one of those services.

Unlike most other Adobe products, such as members of Adobe Creative Suite family, the Acrobat products do not have icons that display two letters on a colored rectangle.

Document Cloud[edit]

In April 2015, Adobe introduced the "Document Cloud" branding (alongside its Creative Cloud) to signify its adoption of the cloud storage and the software as a service model. Apps under this branding received a "DC" suffix. In addition, "Reader" was renamed back to "Acrobat Reader".[16][17] Following the introduction of Document Cloud, Acrobat.com was discontinued as their features were integrated into the desktop and mobile apps.

The UI had major changes with the introduction of Acrobat DC in 2015, which supports Windows 7 and later, and OS X 10.9 and later. Version numbers are now identified by the last two digits of the year of major release, and the month and year is specified; the previous version was 12, but examples of the DC (Document Cloud) Acrobat product family versions are DC June 2016, version 15.016.20045, released 2 June 2016 and DC Classic January 2016, version 15.006.30119, released 12 January 2016.[18] From DC 2015 the Acrobat family is available in two tracks, the original track, now named Classic, and the Continuous track.[19] Updates for the Classic track are released quarterly, and do not include new features, whereas updates for the Continuous track are issued more frequently, and implemented silently and automatically.[20]

The last pre-DC version, Acrobat XI, was updated to 11.0.23 version (and this was the final release[21]) on November 14, 2017,[22] support for which ended on October 15, 2017.[23]

Adobe Acrobat family products[edit]

Current services[edit]

  • Acrobat.com is the web version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to edit, create, manipulate, print and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for users with a web browser and an Adobe ID only.
  • Acrobat Distiller is a software application for converting documents from PostScript format to Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format), the native format of the Adobe Acrobat family of products.
  • Acrobat Pro is the professional full version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to edit, create, manipulate, print and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for Windows and macOS users only.
  • Acrobat Reader is the freeware version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to view, create, fill, print and format files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android users only.
  • Acrobat Standard is the standard full version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to edit, create, manipulate, print and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for Windows users only.
  • Document Cloud is part of the Acrobat family developed by Adobe Inc. to edit, create, save online, print and format files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for users with a web browser and an Adobe ID only.
  • Fill & Sign is part of the Acrobat family developed by Adobe Inc. to fill, sign, and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android users only.
  • Scan is part of the Acrobat family developed by Adobe Inc. to scan, crop, and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for iOS and Android users only.
  • Sign (formerly EchoSign and eSign) is part of the Acrobat family developed by Adobe Inc. to fill, sign, and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for iOS and Android users only.[24]

Discontinued services[edit]

  • Acrobat Approval allows users to deploy electronic forms based on the Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF).[25]
  • Acrobat Business Tools is a discontinued component of the Acrobat family that was distributed by Adobe Systems with collaboration and document review features.
  • Acrobat Capture is a document processing utility for Windows from Adobe Systems that converts a scan of any paper document into a PDF file with selectable text through OCR technology.
  • Acrobat Distiller Server is a discontinued server-based utility that was developed by Adobe Systems to perform centralized high-volume conversion of PostScript documents to PDF formats for workgroups.
  • Acrobat eBook Reader is a PDF-based e-book reader from Adobe Systems. Features present in Acrobat eBook Reader later appeared in Digital Editions.
  • Acrobat Elements was a very basic version of the Acrobat family that was released by Adobe Systems. Its key feature advantage over the free Acrobat Reader was the ability to create reliable PDF files from Microsoft Office applications.[26]
  • Acrobat InProduction is a pre-press tools suite for Acrobat released by Adobe in 2000 to handle color separation and pre-flighting of PDF files for printing.
  • Acrobat Messenger is a document utility for Acrobat users that was released by Adobe Systems in 2000 to convert paper documents into PDF files that can be e-mailed, faxed, or shared online.
  • Acrobat Reader Touch is a free PDF document viewer developed and released on December 11, 2012 by Adobe Systems for the Windows Touch user interface.
  • FormsCentral was a web form filling server for users with Windows, macOS, or a web browser and an Adobe ID only. It was discontinued on July 28, 2015 and was replaced by Experience Manager Forms.
  • Send & Track (formerly SendNow and Send) was a service that lets you send files as links, track files you send to specific individuals, and get confirmation receipts when others view your file. It was completely discontinued as of July 11, 2018.

Hidden helper tools[edit]

  • Acrobat Synchronizer is a tool installed along with Acrobat versions. While running in the background, it maintains the accuracy of Acrobat files imported to Acrobat.[27]
  • RdrCEF (also known as Adobe Reader Cloud Extension Feature) is a tool bundled with Acrobat that runs a process that handles cloud connectivity features.[28]

Supported file formats[edit]

The table below contains some of the supported file formats that can be opened or accessed in Adobe Acrobat.[29]

File format Extension
Acrobat Data File ACRODATA
Acrobat Forms Data Format FDF
Adobe Illustrator File AI
Acrobat Index File PDX
Acrobat Job Definition File JDF
Acrobat Language Plug-in LNG
Acrobat MIME Encoded Job

Definition File

MJD
Acrobat Plug-in ACROPLUGIN
Acrobat Plug-in API
Acrobat Security Settings File ACROBATSECURITYSETTINGS
Acrobat Sequence File SEQU
Acrobat XFDF File XFDF
Adobe Color Separations Table AST
Adobe Dictionary Data File ENV
Adobe Joboptions File JOBOPTIONS
Adobe Linguistic Library Data File LEX
Adobe MARS File MARS
Adobe Portable Document Format

File

PDP
Adobe Profile File APF
Apple QuickTime Movie MOV
Design Web Format File DWF
Drawing Exchange Format File DXF
Encapsulated PostScript Format File EPSF
Flash MP4 Video File F4V
Flash Video File FLV
Hypetext Markup LanguageHTM, HTML
iTunes Video File M4V
Plain Text File TXT
PostScript File PS
PostScript Image Data File PSID
Product Representation Compact

File

PRC
Shockwave Flash Movie SWF
Universal 3D File U3D
XML Data Package XDP
XML Paper Specification File XPS

Internationalization and localization[edit]

Adobe Acrobat is available in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian. Arabic and Hebrew versions are available from WinSoft International,[30]Adobe Systems' internationalization and localization partner.

Before Adobe Acrobat DC, separate Arabic and Hebrew versions were developed specifically for these languages, which are normally written right-to-left. These versions include special TouchUp properties to manage digits, ligatures option and paragraph direction in right-to-left Middle Eastern scripts such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian, as well as standard left-to-right Indian scripts such as Devanagari and Gujarati. The Web Capture feature can convert single web pages or entire web sites into PDF files, while preserving the content's original text encoding. Acrobat can also copy Arabic and Hebrew text to the system clipboard in its original encoding; if the target application is also compatible with the text encoding, then the text will appear in the correct script.

Security[edit]

A comprehensive list of security bulletins for most Adobe products and related versions is published on their Security bulletins and advisories page and in other related venues.[31][32] In particular, the detailed history of security updates for all versions of Adobe Acrobat has been made public.[33]

From Version 3.02 onwards, Acrobat Reader has included support for JavaScript. This functionality allows a PDF document creator to include code which executes when the document is read. Malicious PDF files that attempt to attack security vulnerabilities can be attached to links on web pages or distributed as email attachments. While JavaScript is designed without direct access to the file system to make it "safe", vulnerabilities have been reported for abuses such as distributing malicious code by Acrobat programs.[34] Adobe applications had already become the most popular client-software targets for attackers during the last quarter of 2009.[35]McAfee predicted that Adobe software, especially Reader and Flash, would be the primary target for software attacks in the year 2010.[36]

September 2006 warning[edit]

On September 13, 2006, David Kierznowski provided sample PDF files illustrating JavaScript vulnerabilities. Since at least version 6, JavaScript can be disabled using the preferences menu[37] and embedded URLs that are launched are intercepted by a security warning dialog box to either allow or block the website from activating.[38]

February 2009 warning[edit]

On February 19, 2009, Adobe released a Security Bulletin announcing JavaScript vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and Acrobat versions 9 and earlier.[39] As a workaround for this issue, US-CERT recommended disabling JavaScript in the affected Adobe products, canceling integration with Windows shell and web browsers (while carrying out an extended version of de-integration for Internet Explorer), deactivating Adobe indexing services and avoiding all PDF files from external sources.[40]

February 2013 warning[edit]

Adobe has identified critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and Acrobat XI (11.0.01 and earlier) for Windows and Macintosh, 9.5.3 and earlier 9.x versions. These vulnerabilities could cause the application to crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. There have been reports of these vulnerabilities being exploited to trick Windows users into clicking on a malicious PDF file delivered in an email message. Adobe recommended users update their product installations.[41]

January 2016 warning[edit]

Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader for Windows and Macintosh. These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.[42][43]

See also[edit]

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