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Adobe Acrobat Pro 2018 Licenced Key for 1 Device

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Adobe Acrobat Pro 2018 Licenced Key for 1 Device is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Inc. to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). 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. Additional, “Premium”, services are available for reader on paid subscription. The commercial proprietary 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

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 is 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 hyperlinksdigitally sign a PDF file, add comments, redact certain parts of the PDF file, and ensure its adherence to such standards as PDF/A.

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.

By April 1, 2015, the Acrobat family consisted of:[16]

  • Acrobat XI Pro (for Windows and macOS)
  • Acrobat XI Standard (for Windows only)
  • Reader XI (for Windows, macOS, Android and iOS)
  • FormsCentral (web service with desktop client)
  • EchoSign (web service)
  • Acrobat.com (web service)
  • PDF Pack (web service)
  • Send (web service)

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

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”.[17][18] 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.[19] From DC 2015 the Acrobat family is available in two tracks, the original track, now named Classic, and the Continuous track.[20] 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.[21]

The last pre-DC version, Acrobat XI, was updated to 11.0.23 version (and this was the final release[22]) on November 14, 2017,[23] support for which ended on October 15, 2017.[24]

As of August 2018, the main members of the Acrobat family include:[25]

  • Acrobat Pro DC (for Windows and macOS)
  • Acrobat Standard DC (for Windows only)
  • Acrobat Reader DC (for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS and Windows Phone)
  • Fill & Sign (for Android or iOS)
  • Sign (for Android or iOS)
  • Scan (for Android or iOS)
  • Document Cloud (web service with desktop clients)

 

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