Pros If you've got a lot of documentation to do, Acrobat 6.0 Pro is worth the money. The interface is more user friendly than before and anyone with a modicum of computer knowledge can produce professional looking forms in no time.
Cons Ah yes, the "bloat." I don't believe this is as much Adobe's fault as it is Microsoft's. They made their product to interface with XP, XP is a bloated OS so everyone has to buy faster processors to use it...it's a conspiracy. Also, something that has plag
Pros It looks cool, that is about it
Cons VERY UNSTABLE. I always print/output PostScript files and then run them through Distiller. Never had problems with this in earlier versions but now I consider myself very lucky if Distiller will even output a PDF. It ususally takes me between 5-10 time
Pros The new interface is very appealing. The new engine makes conversion much more efficient and transparent. Consequently, creating PDFs has become a breeze (from either Excel, Word, or a WebPage). The reviewing features are also very sweet. Works very w
Cons 1) The "Acrobat Assistant" still has to run in the System Tray if you are to use it flawlessly. 2) Acrobat Reader is an 8.7 MB download. It sure is a pain over a dial-up connection. The most popular format on the Internet requires almost 2hrs to downloa
Pros There are some good features such as support for AutoCAD, security improvements and the annotation tools.
Cons Incredibly slow! Some ACAD drawings took over 20 mins to process and print (this is on a 2.4 Ghz machine with 1 GB of RAM). Also, when files were finished the files sizes were way too large to email. Adobe said I could now "optimize" the file (separate