I remember seeing an email message recently saying that the function to convert webpages and other types of media to Adobe PDF documents would not be available after January 1, 2013. I have lost the email. Is this true? Why?
Can't find anything about that. Is it possible you saw this email?
Dear Creative Suite customer:
We want to make sure you're aware of an important change to Adobe's upgrade policy that may affect you.
Beginning January 1, 2013, only Creative Suite customers with licenses for CS5 or CS5.5 versions will qualify for upgrade pricing to CS6.
Due to this change, we will only continue offering CS3 and CS4 customers like you special upgrade pricing through December 31, 2012.*
Thanks for the response. It could be the one I saw. But since I'm not a
Creative Suites customer (At least I think not - Is Acrobat X Standard part
of that?) why would I have received that message?
But my basic question is - Will there be any change in my ability to
convert webpages and documents other than Adobe to PDF's? Or to print to
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Test Screen Name <email@example.com
If that is the message you saw, I can't imagine any way to see a connection between what it is about - upgrade pricing - and what you want to do - make PDF files. When it talks about upgrade pricing it is talking about people who might, in the future, pay for an upgrade, and whether they will get a special price.
But I've no idea, indeed, why you would get the message, if that's the one you got.
But I still have a question pending - Will I, using Adobe Acrobat X
Standard, continue to be able to convert various types of documents to PDF?
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 4:40 PM, Test Screen Name