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If you want to melt your brain, try this program.

New Here ,
Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

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Let me be clear, I have used and loved Adobe products since before you could download the software and you bought your compact disc at an actual real life, drive there store. 

That being said, I struggle to decide if editing a document in Adobe Acrobat, which was created and exported as a pdf from sister app within the Adobe family, is more akin to slowly pressing hot pokers into my eye balls, or pulling off my fingernails at 15 minute intervals. I've given all Adobe Acrobat program variations a shot over the last 5 years and it's always a frustrating disappointment. 

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Oct 05, 2023 Oct 05, 2023

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So, what is your problem? You should describe step by step what you are doing, which programs are involved, etc.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Oct 05, 2023 Oct 05, 2023

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Slowness brings me to tears. I've got deadlines to meet! I recently signed on to Adobe Acrobat Pro so that I can edit flyers produced in InDesign, but it's so slow. My little laptop can't handle it. What are the minimum system requirements to run this program efficiently? My laptop is i5 w/8 DDR4 memory. Adobe is definitely the issue because when I've got it closed, everything is fine. 

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Oct 05, 2023 Oct 05, 2023

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I recently signed on to Adobe Acrobat Pro so that I can edit flyers produced in InDesign, but it's so slow.


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Flyers need to get edited in InDesign if they are designed in InDesign. Editing in Acrobat would be a last-minute edit for me, if I do not have access to the source file.

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That would make sense, but I don't need to create flyers. The one's I'm updating are InDesign files converted to PDFs for display. Acrobat Pro allows me to edit fairly well. I'm just trying to figure out why working in it creates such a heavy load on my computer.

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