First time experience with Acrobat DC

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Apr 18, 2022 Apr 18, 2022

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I wanted to paste a PNG to the PDF file, this is unfortanutally a paid feature. So my journey:

- Downloaded a free Acrobat Reader - trying to add an image, no you can't please try a free trial of DC

- Creating an account on adobe and adding my card details

- Ok now let's download the DC right?

- Adobe says it's downloading Acrobat DC, but then oops - we are installing Creating Cloud app

- Ouch Creative Cloud is not updated, downloading an update

- Ok now we ready to download the Acrobat DC

- Downloader got stuck for in Creative Cloud, restarting Creative Cloud

- Ok now it's downloading.. oops got stuck on 81%

- 10 minutes after I can run Acrobat DC

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Apr 18, 2022 Apr 18, 2022

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Reader should automatically convert itself to Acrobat if you have a subscription, even if it's a trial one.

 

Anyway, 10 minutes of figuring it out doesn't seem that bad...

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Apr 18, 2022 Apr 18, 2022

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You can copy-paste "As Stamp" an image with Acrobat Reader, using the Comment Stamp tool.

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