If you want to know you that which version of Adobe Acrobat you have, it simple just go to the properties of Adobe Acrobat and check which version of Adobe Acrobat you have. I am using have used the trial of pro version and it works cool.
Black ink is usually much cheaper than other colors. It isn't saving you anything by printing out your articles using other colors. Some printers have settings to allow you to print in a draft mode that will save you ink. One of the ideas of using Acrobat and pdfs is to read them on the computer, not to have to print them out. If reading on a computer is such a pain for you (it is for me), perhaps it would be cheaper in the long run to get a used iPad or an older tablet PC to read the articles on. It could be cheaper in the long run if you are using so much ink.
Yes, I'm not sure why I was doubting it when I posted, but it is Acrobat Pro X, as it says in the Help section and the shortcut on the start menu. Are you able to edit text color easily in your trial version?
There are no differences in functionality between the trial version and the
For my printer, black and color ink both cost the same, so I prefer to not have to buy black ink at a much faster rate than the color ink. I did try for a long time to just read articles off the computer, and it does not work well for me, for several reasons, and buying other gadgets isn't going to help me with that. (I need to be able to have the paper in front of me, highlight and make side notes on it without the hassle of electronics to deal with.) I have tried to print in draft mode, but on my printer, it comes out too light to be able to read it. Thanks for your feedback.
I have similar problems; I have Acrobat X, and searching the help feature and here, noone seems able to give a clear answer as to how to fix the color of text you add via the text box. For some reaosn the default is set to red, but anything you want to use a form for you need black. This is something that was easy to do in prior versions - but in Acrobat X they seem to ahve made it very difficult.
You can edit text in any PDF by using trial version but as for as my knowledge and limited experience with Adobe I could not find any text color option in Adobe Acrobat. But you can highlight text in Adobe Acrobat. If you want to change the text color in PDF, I would like to recommend some another software which allows you to change the color of text and is available for download here.
Let me tell you how can change text color using this software. Open PDF file > go to "edit tab" > Click "edit" then highlight text to change the color. As you can see in the below screenshot.
Free free to ask. Hope it helps you. Don't forget to come back to share your views.