Looks like the X products aren't on that one.
Indeed they're not - we haven't got an updated version yet, but the rules are effectively the same as for 9:
- Acrobat X can coexist with Adobe Reader 5 through X
- Acrobat X cannot safely coexist with another version of Acrobat, nor can Acrobat Pro and Acrobat Standard safely coexist*
Acrobat X and Reader X both contain an option under Preferences to choose which is the default PDF handler.
*On Windows you cannot install Acrobat X without uninstalling all previous copies of Acrobat. On OS X you can force the install to run, but you're destined to see strange effects.
Thanks for the update Dave.
Thanks to you both. It would seem by this chart that older Readers are compatible with newer Acrobat installs.
But it doesn't specifically indicate what may occur if I have an older version of Acrobat with Adobe Reader X. Do I have to upgrade my Acrobat Pro/Standard installs just because I deploy Adobe Reader X to my users? Or, can I continue to use Acrobat Pro 9, for example?
Thanks for your advice