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In the old days, the free reader was known as:
"Adobe Acrobat Reader"
At a certain point in time, Adobe changed the name of the free reader to be simply:
In the old days, the software that you bought was known as simply:
But, later on, Adobe split Adobe Acrobat into 2 product lines:
"Adobe Acrobat Professional"
"Adobe Acrobat Standard"
can u please let me know how to install new fonts in acrobat 6.0 professional writer
can u please let me know how to scan a document using adobe reder 7.1.0 trgough the scaner Epson Perfection 660
Adobe Reader has nothing to do with scanning.
Junlie et al,
Starting with Acrobat 9 (announced on 6/2/08), Adobe will support the new ISO/IEC 19770-2 standard for universal software tagging. The new standard will allow customers to correctly identify the name, version, type and licensing status of Adobe software (starting with the Acrobat 9 family and later on as new versions of the products are introduced later this and next year).
I DO understand your frustration with the in consistencies in the naming of our software, but the problem of software discovery goes well beyond our lack of discipline. This is one of the many reasons why Adobe invested time and effort with the industry group defining the new open standard, and in software asset management in general.
More information about tagging standard can be found here: http://www.agnitioadvisors.com/info/content/view/44/1/
I have an old system - Windows ME and am trying to upgrade Adobe 4.0 - I was able to download 6.0.2 but it's saying I need the reader for 6.0.1 first and I can't locate it. Any help is greatly appreciated ? Melissa
how to combine multiple text file into one pdf file? which adobe software i should use to make it?
>how to combine multiple text file into one pdf file? which adobe software i should use to make it?
How to convert and which free software can i use to convert pdf file into jpg?
>> How to convert and which free software can i use to convert pdf file into jpg?
There's no Adobe application that does that. Reader is free but can't do it. Acrobat is not free, but it can do it.