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Get to know the Acrobat DC interface

See how the all-new Acrobat Tool Center makes it easy to find the right tool and complete almost any task with your PDFs.

By March 18, 2015

 



Join Claudia McCue as she gives you a tour of the new Acrobat DC interface and shows you where to find all the tools you need to get your work done. Acrobat DC comes with 27 unique tool names. The most popular tools are instantly available in the right hand pane. You can find less frequently-used tools by scrolling through the Tool Center. (4 minutes)


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16 comments

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Lori Kassuba

2, 2016-03-02 02, 2016

Hi Kristina,

The PDFMaker Add-on for Outlook is only Windows-based at this time.

Thanks,
Lori

kristina

9, 2016-02-17 17, 2016

I use outlook 365 for mac and have heard that Adobe pro DC is able to convert exchange email files to pdf.  I have downloaded the trial of adobe pro DC to see if this would work for me and have not been able to get this to work.  Can anyone confirm that adobe pro can convert exchange emails from my outlook 365 for mac program?  And if so, where can I find directions.  Thanks,

Lori Kassuba

12, 2016-02-12 12, 2016

Hi Heather Blaber,

Thanks for let us know you’re back up and running.

Lori

Heather Blaber

4, 2016-01-13 13, 2016

Hi Lori
No I didn’t try running the repair command (Windows) from under the Help menu. I decided to remove it and download 11.0.10, which we use at work. Less stress!
Thank you for your assistance, though.

Lori Kassuba

2, 2015-11-19 19, 2015

Hi Heather,

I’m not sure why you couldn’t print anything. Did you try running the Repair command (Windows) from under the Help menu when you had the problem?

Thanks,
Lori

Lori Kassuba

2, 2015-11-19 19, 2015

Hi Bernice,

You’re welcome to post your feedback here:
http://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

Thanks,
Lori

Bernice Lizamore

3, 2015-11-11 11, 2015

If you need a tutorial to show you “where to find all the buttons” the design is unsuccessful. It’s an absolute PAIN working in Acrobat Pro DC compared to previous versions.

Heather Blaber

4, 2015-11-10 10, 2015

Hi Lori
I became so frustrated not being able to print my pdf documents, and it was slowing me up considerably that I re-installed XI (11.0.10)just like we have at my office and I could print my PDF’s. So it solved the problem. But there is a new Adobe reader DC v15.009.20069 available to download, which must be an improvement. If I install it, will I be able to print my PDF’s?
Thanks for your reply to my previous question.

KR

Heather

Lori Kassuba

1, 2015-11-10 10, 2015

Hi Jaime Rosario Justicia,

Adobe Reader DC also supports high contrast. Here are some details on that: https://blogs.adobe.com/accessibility/2015/03/acrobat-dc-accessibility-update.html

Thanks,
Lori

Jaime Rosario Justicia

1, 2015-11-03 03, 2015

Adobe, thanks!
The new and “improved” UI of Acrobat DC Reader has just killed my vision. Must be a great deal you made with the eye care professionals. I just have to roll-back for the sake of my eyes.
Thank you, once again, for torturing my eyes (along with other developers and applications who just did the same).

Lori Kassuba

3, 2015-08-13 13, 2015

Hi Warren Davies,

Here is some background on the UI redesign in case you’re wondering:
http://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2015/04/interview-with-design-director-jamie-myrold.html

Thanks,
Lori

Warren Davies

8, 2015-08-10 10, 2015

The new Acrobat Pro DC is cheesy looking and terrible on the eyes.  I hate the big buttons like I am on a 3 year olds video game.  How many people who would use Acrobat would rely on a touch screen to do it?  There is nothing intuitive about it.  I like being able to set the layout and it was certainly easier in previous versions.  This feels very restrictive and too much in your face with the big goofy letters and font.  I hate it and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t.

Lori Kassuba

11, 2015-07-01 01, 2015

Hi Marilyn Ruffner,

You’ll need Acrobat and not just the free Reader to rotate pages in a PDF file. Here’s a tutorial that explains how:
https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/organize-pages-in-a-pdf

Thanks,
Lori

Marilyn Ruffner

5, 2015-06-28 28, 2015

Need to know how to correct pdf’s so they are never upside down.

Lori Kassuba

11, 2015-05-20 20, 2015

Hi Heather Blaber,

Have you tried running the Repair command (Windows) from under the Help menu to see if it corrects the problem?

Thanks,
Lori

Heather Blaber

1, 2015-05-16 16, 2015

Since downloading Adobe Reader DC I cannot print my PDF files. Can you give me some idea why, because when I had Adobe Reader XI (11.0.10) I had no problems?

Thank you.

Lori Kassuba

9, 2015-04-28 28, 2015

Hi Craig Riches,

What incoming/outgoing mail servers are you using in the email setup for Outlook in the Acrobat preferences under the email category?

Thanks,
Lori

Lori Kassuba

9, 2015-04-28 28, 2015

Hi Michael,

A lot of the changes in Acrobat DC are part of making the product touch-friendly. If you’re interested, you can learn more about why the changes were made in this article:
http://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2015/04/interview-with-design-director-jamie-myrold.html

Thanks,
Lori

Michael Hunter

6, 2015-04-25 25, 2015

I’m disappointed with the new Acrobat look, both in Pro and in Reader, which appears to be geared to being popular rather than professional. Also there are some annoying features such as the right pane that automatically opens, the Comments search that automatically takes place, the Tools icons which look like they were designed for children, and the all-too-bright background which is certainly no improvement over the dark gray one. Why in heaven’s name would you want to replace the elegant Pro 11 version with this one? At the very least, the two should be offered so that people who prefer the professional look and its corresponding functionality do not have to have the more “popular” and, in my view, uglier one foisted on them?

Craig Riches

3, 2015-04-23 23, 2015

I am experiencing problems attaching PDF files via Outlook 15 (soon to be called Outlook 2016) also called Outlook 365 for Mac. Also having problems with the webmail set ups. I have successfully authorised both my Gmail and Yahoo accounts, yet every time i try to attach the email by either selecting the envelope icon or selecting File-Send File-Attach to Email, I get an error message. Has anyone else had problems of this nature?

Patty Friesen

12, 2015-04-09 09, 2015

Hi John,

Thanks for taking the time to write. I tried subscribing to the newsletter from several locations on the site and all worked as expected. I will forward your comments along to our web developer and see if he can recreate the issue.

Thanks again,

Patty

Patty Friesen

12, 2015-04-09 09, 2015

Hi Victor,

Yes, the new Acrobat DC is included as part of your Creative Cloud package. It is also included in the Document Cloud package as well.

Patty

Patty Friesen

12, 2015-04-09 09, 2015

Hi David,

Yes, the new Adobe Acrobat Pro DC desktop version and subscription version is available for the Mac.

https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/pricing/pricing.html

Patty

John Greene

3, 2015-04-08 08, 2015

The “GET free tips” email address section returns an invalid address regardless of the validity of the address entered.

Victor hammer

12, 2015-04-08 08, 2015

Is Acrobat DC included as part of my creative cloud package?

David Tuma

11, 2015-04-08 08, 2015

Is it available as desktop software for the Mac.  I have Adobe Acrobat Pro for the Mac.

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