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- Acrobat, although you shouldn't do it, really. If you have access to the original ID files you should edit them and then generate a new PDF.
- I don't think you can do that. You will need a license for each machine in your company. A volume license might be a good idea.
And I'm moving your question to the Acrobat General Troubleshooting forum, by the way.
Hi thanks for answering that fast !!
When you talking about editing file, you mean editing with CS6 ?
CS6 is not an application, it's a suite of applications. If you created the file with Illustrator you should edit it there. If you created it using InDesign, edit it here, etc.
PDF files were not really meant for extensive editing, and it should be avoided as much as possible. So if you have the original file used to create the PDF and the application that created that file you should always go back to it and make your edits there.
The only exception is if you want to do things like add form fields to your PDF file. In which case you should use Acrobat.