Pros looks nice
Cons Does not export pdf to other formats without a lot of errors ( ie Word docs, text, RTF etc)
Summary I have version 5 and I like it better. I don't know why there are so many errors going from PDF to other formats. It makes it useless. I am glad I tried the 30 day trial. I'll stay with ver 5 and not upgrade.
Pros Worked fine for years until...
Cons Adobe released upgrade 9.4.5 in mid June. Search higlighting has been broken since then, i.e., almost TWO MONTHS. Is this a cynical tactict to force users to spend $199 to upgrade to Acrobat X Pro? Methinks it so since it should be a simple thing to fi
Summary With this sort of attitude regarding bug fixes, I can no longer recommend Abode Acrobat.
Pros Form wizard is nice a feature
Cons Form wizard requires time and patients when turning an existing document into a form.
Summary An update created a bug that does not allow for search terms to be highlighted. Adobe has been notified but has not followed through on their promise to fix the bug. It has been over a month. Very expensive program that does not perform a simple but needed function.
Pros Allows multiple windows, has a typewriter facility, allows objects moving
Cons Makes idiotic default choices for you, still unusable for formatted text edting.
Summary Professionally made but overheated
Pros Opens up a bit faster. Lot's of bells and whistles, if you need them. I do not.
Cons Distorts text and pictures using basic Print-to-Acrobat from Power Point. Too clever by half.
Summary Upgraded from 7. Only way to create a clean print/pdf from PowerPoint was to open Acrobat, Open file using all file types and then open the power point file. Acrobat will then convert file to pdf and all the distortions went away. But could not get this quality printing from Power Point to Acrobat no matter how I fiddled with settings. Another option was to print from PowerPoint to MS XPS Document Writer (scale to fit paper) and then open .xps file and print to Acrobat. Very awkward. I am tempted to go back to version 7.