Why such an ancient version of Reader on such a new system?
BArbara Katzenberg wrote:
Reader 9.1 DC
Sorry, I don't understand this: it's either Reader 9.1 or Reader DC; please clarify.
Apologies, I mean Acrobat Reader DC. I wasn't given any options other than multilingual to download. I assume this is the current correct version.
Sorry, one more question: is this Reader Touch?
Yes it is Touch enabled. I played with the settings for that so that now instead of having it autodetect, I explicitly determine whether I want to use Touch. But, you gave me a hint that may have helped solve my problem. I was expecting Touch to do more than it seems to do. I can use Touch to move between documents in the "briefcase", but if I want to expand the document, double-clicking seems to be required. I was expecting to be able to expand the document with Touch. Assuming that's the way it is supposed to be, I am okay going forward. Thanks for the hint.
Adobe Reader and Adobe Reader Touch (for Windows 8) are two different apps. So I need to know if you use the standard Reader, or Reader Touch.
Reader Touch also looks a bit different from the standard Reader; see http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/adobe-reader-touch/162a2931-8ee6-4a56-9570-532 82525d7a3
Anyway, I think your Surface Pro is kind of a mobile device, so I will move your post.
[topic moved to Reader/Acrobat DC for mobile]