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What is Adobe Acrobat X Pro?
Adobe® Acrobat® XI Pro is more than just the leading PDF converter. It’s packed with smart tools that give you even more power to communicate. Easily, seamlessly, brilliantly.
Edit text and images
Correct, update, and enhance PDFs using a new point-and-click interface. Add or replace content or images. Change fonts and typeface size, adjust alignment or add superscripts or subscripts. Easily flip, rotate, crop, or resize images. Choose Tools > Content Editing > Edit Text & Images. Outlines identify the text and images you can edit. Select the text or images you want to edit. Type new text or set options in the Format panel.
For more information, watch How to edit the text in a PDF file and How to edit images in PDF files, or see Editing text in PDFs or Edit images or objects in a PDF.
Reflow text on a page
Reflow paragraph text on a page by inserting new text or resizing a paragraph with a simple drag. The text in the paragraph automatically reflows to accommodate the edited content. Choose Tools > Content Editing > Edit Text & Images to outline the text boxes. Then click where you want to insert text. To resize the text box, place the pointer over a selection handle. When the cursor changes to the Resize pointer, drag the handle to resize. For more information, see Move, rotate, or resize a text box.
Find and replace
Find and Replace text throughout your document. Replace misspelled, incorrect, or outdated words or phrases using the enhanced Find tool. Choose Edit > Find to open the Find dialog box. Click Replace With to expose the Replace With text box. Type the text you want to find and enter the replacement text. Click Next to locate the first instance of the word or phrase or click Replace to automatically find and replace the first instance.
Rearrange, insert, rotate, or delete pages in the improved Page Thumbnails panel. Use the zoom slider to adjust the size of thumbnails. Easily drag-and-drop pages from one location to another.
For more information, watch How to manipulate pages in Acrobat.
IMPROVED ACTION WIZARD
Simplify routine, multistep tasks using the Action Wizard. Stop, restart, skip, or rerun tasks as needed. Acrobat includes several actions to automate common tasks, such as archiving, redacting sensitive content, and optimizing for the web. You can easily customize these actions or set up your own. The Action Wizard lets you run Actions on documents stored locally or hosted in online repositories, such as SharePoint or Office 365. Choose Tools > Action Wizard to create, start, or import an action.
For more information, watch How to create and share Actions.
Create and combine PDFs
Thumbnail preview for combining files
Use the new Thumbnail view to preview and rearrange pages before merging them into a single PDF. Drag-and-drop files and emails directly into the dialog box. Expand multipage documents to view all its pages. To combine files, choose to Create > Combine Files Into a Single PDF.
A. Plus sign to display all pages in a document B. Thumbnail and list view buttons C. Slider to resize thumbnails D. Undo and Redo buttons E. Remove Selected Items button
For more information on combining files, see Merging files into a single PDF.
Microsoft Office 2010
(Windows) Create PDF files with one click from select Microsoft Office 2010 applications for Windows, including 64-bit versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Now with enhanced create-and-send options.
For more information, watch Convert Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Files to PDF, or See Convert Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files to PDF.
Working with documents in the cloud
Seamlessly store and retrieve documents from cloud repositories, such as Acrobat.com, Office 365, and SharePoint. Each Open and Save dialog box includes an option to open or save from an online account.
For more information, watch How to work with files in the cloud and How to work with SharePoint and Office 365.
Sign and distribute for signatures
Sign PDFs where you want, how you want
Place your signature anywhere on a PDF. Choose from a typewritten or hand-drawn appearance, or import an image of your signature. Choose Sign > Place Signature.
For more information, watch Sign PDF files electronically, or see Sign a PDF.
Send and track signatures with Adobe Sign service
Send documents for signature approval with the Adobe Sign online subscription service. Easily keep track of the signing process. Recipients can sign without downloading a plug-in or creating an Adobe Sign account.
Long-term validation and ECC-based credentials
Embed long-term validation information automatically when using certificate signatures. Use certificate signatures that support elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) based credentials.
Customize your tools and workspace
Quickly access the tools and commands you use most with toolsets. Toolsets let you define the tools and panels you need for different types of tasks, such as creating forms, commenting, or preparing legal documents. Group tools in the toolbar and customize the task panes to include just the panels you need for each task. To get started, click Customize > Create New Tool Set in the toolbar.
Undock the Comments List
Detach the Comments List from the Comments pane. Resize and reposition the Comments List to streamline your workflow. Choose Comment > Comments List. Then from the Options menu
Touch mode for tablet and mobile devices
Touch mode makes it easier to use Acrobat and Reader on touch devices. Toolbar buttons, panels, and menus shift apart slightly to accommodate selecting with your fingers. The Touch reading mode optimizes viewing and supports the most common gestures. Acrobat and Reader automatically switch to Touch mode when on a touch-enabled device. You can display a toolbar button to toggle Touch mode on and off. Choose View > Show/Hide > Toolbar Items > Touch Mode.
For more information, watch How to use Acrobat XI on touch devices.
Delete sensitive information
Permanently delete sensitive information from PDF files. Use redaction tools to delete specific text and illustrations. (Acrobat Pro) Easily sanitize documents by finding and deleting hidden data with a single click. To access the redaction tools, choose Tools > Protection.
For more information, watch Remove and Redact Sensitive Information from PDF Files, or see Removing sensitive content from PDFs.
Add password protection
Prevent others from editing your PDF files without being a security expert. The new Restrict Editing tool lets you add a password to a PDF. Choose Tools > Protection > Restrict Editing.
For more information, watch Protect PDF Files with Passwords and Permissions, or see Securing PDFs with passwords.
Add passwords when creating PDFs in Microsoft Office
Add password protection to PDFs while creating them from within Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, or PowerPoint. The Protect PDF options help prevent others from editing your PDF files.
Make PDFs accessible (Acrobat Pro only)
Guided action to create accessible PDFs
Create accessible PDFs for people with disabilities using the Make Accessible guided action. Make Accessible walks you through the most important steps for making PDFs accessible, then validates the results using the Full Check Accessibility Checker.
For more information, watch Create Accessible PDF Files for People with Disabilities, or see Make PDFs accessible.
Validate the accessibility of a PDF
The Full Check option steps through your PDF to see if it conforms to accessibility standards, such as PDF/UA and WCAG 2.0. Choose which accessibility issues to analyze and review the results in the Accessibility Checker panel or in a PDF report. For more information, see Check Accessibility of PDFs.
Export formats and options
PDF to PowerPoint
(Acrobat Pro) Convert PDF files to fully editable Microsoft PowerPoint files. The PowerPoint files retain the formatting and layout of the PDF. Easily edit or update bulleted text, tables, objects, master layouts, transitions, and speaker notes. Select File > Save As Other > Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation.
For more information, watch Convert PDF Files to Microsoft Word, Excel, or powerpoint.
PDF to HTML web pages
Turn PDF files into single or multiple web pages, complete with editable style elements for quick reformatting. Select File > Save As Other > HTML Web Page.
Export PDF selections
Export selected parts of a file to Microsoft PowerPoint format (Acrobat Pro), as well as Word, Excel, or HTML. Select any combination of text, images, and tables in your PDF document, then choose an export format from the File > Save As Other menus.
- 1.3GHz or faster processor
- Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 3 for 32 bit or Service Pack 2 for 64 bit; Windows Server® 2003 R2 (32 bit and 64 bit); Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 (32 bit and 64 bit); Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit); Windows 8 (32 bit and 64 bit) and Windows 10 (32 bit and 64 bit)
- 512MB of RAM (1GB recommended)
- 1.85GB of available hard-disk space
- 1024×768 screen resolution
- Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, or 10; Firefox Extended Support Release; or Chrome
- Video hardware acceleration (optional)
- Note: For 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows XP (with Service Pack 2), Microsoft Update KB930627 is required.