Too bad about moving away from Frame, since it's steadily improving.
But yes, the two apsa are compatible. Acrobat is basically a "printer" that
processes whatever you send it.
The integration features built into the TCS components may not work well
because they expect whatever version of Acrobat shipped with it, but
producing PDFs with all the bells and whistles shouldn't be a problem.
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> ... shouldn't be a problem.
And if it is, depending on the processor brand and Win7 version, you could re-install FM9 & its vintage of Distiller in a virtual machine, which would allow both the old new Acrobat suites to co-exist.