7 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2016 12:08 PM by try67

    Bullet list


      The bullet list options are are not visable in Edit PDF format pane.  How do I add this?  

        • 1. Re: Bullet list
          Test Screen Name Most Valuable Participant

          You're asking FAR too much of an editor that is only there to fix minor typos in a desperate situation. Remake your original if you want to add bullet points.

          • 2. Re: Bullet list
            Bernd Alheit Adobe Community Professional & MVP

            Do you have a subscription of Adobe Acrobat DC?

            • 3. Re: Bullet list
              chost3377 Level 1

              I have Adobe Acrobat DC installed on my computer.  Adobe claims, in their promotion of the product, the bullet lists are an option in the Format pane.  I do not have that functionality in my program. 

              • 4. Re: Bullet list
                chost3377 Level 1

                With help from tech support I found that the Bullet List option is not available on the downloaded upgrade Acrobat Pro DC product.  It is only available on the subscription plan.  Doesn't make sense to me so I will suggest that they add this feature in future upgrades to the purchased program.

                • 5. Re: Bullet list
                  Karl Heinz Kremer Adobe Community Professional

                  Just for clarification:


                  The difference is not between the "downloaded upgrade" and the subscription version, it's between the version with a perpetual license (you pay once for a license key) and the subscription version. New features are only added to the subscription version, not to the perpetual license version. They also call this the "continuous" (subscription) vs. the "classic" (perpetual license) track.

                  • 6. Re: Bullet list
                    Test Screen Name Most Valuable Participant

                    I stand corrected, thank you. I wish Adobe wouldn't do this: by which I mean add editing features that make it look (in marketing) that Acrobat might be a good editor. No! Never!

                    • 7. Re: Bullet list
                      try67 MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                      I think the bigger issue here are the (undocumented) differences between the perpetual license version and the subscription version.

                      If you want to have different features in both versions then give them a name that indicates that (something like the distinction between Pro and Standard). You can't have what look to be identical versions, just with different licensing models, and advertise all the great features they have, only later to reveal that those feature only exist in one of these versions. That borders on false advertisement, IMHO.