While working on a text, or image processing document we all face some major issues. Like if we are sending the document to a person will he have that text or image processing software to see that document? If not he won’t be able to see the document. Secondly, if we are sending the document to a person and he wishes to take a print of the same there is a possibility that due to differences in the versions of software the document or image file will not open. Third, if the recipient has the desired software and the desired version of the software too but when the recipient wishes to print the document he is unable to print it according to the desired format you want to print it.
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To overcome all these problems in the year 1992 Adobe has introduced Acrobat Reader and a file format that is known as PDF (Portable Document Format). You can convert any document or image file into PDF and doesn’t matter what device a recipient is using or whether he has the desired software. The person can see the document and take the printout in your desired formatting. It generally happens with the high-end graphic designing software that most of us don’t have the desired versions that support those files for example Adobe PageMaker, Adobe CorelDraw, etc. in such cases the Adobe Reader is a life saver. You can save the files of the above-mentioned software in PDF (Portable Document Format) and send them to the client.
How to download Adobe Reader
For the Windows operating system, there are four simple steps to download and install Adobe Reader.
Click on Download Acrobat Reader, and a .exe file will download to your system, by double-clicking the software will get installed on your system.
In the Adobe Acrobat Reader menu, click Edit, click Preferences, under Categories select General, uncheck the option Show online storage when saving files, and click the OK button.
The users will be able to complete their Workspace Portable Document Format PDF without issue.
Version List of Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 10.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader 11.0
Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (2015.0)
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2017 Standard/Pro
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2020 Standard/Pro
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2021
Adobe Acrobat Reader Standard/Pro
This article will teach you some Adobe Reader shortcut keys. Adobe Reader is a desktop and mobile application used for viewing and printing PDF files. Adobe Reader shortcuts help you save time when performing tasks such as signing documents, storing and printing files, working with scanned documents, and many others. You can even download the shortcuts for later use by clicking on the download buttons below.
Adobe Reader Shortcut Keys List
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2. Working with comments:
Sticky Note tool
Text Edits tool
Current highlighting tool
Cycle through highlighting tools: Highlighter, Cross-Out Text, Underline Text