Hello. I recently finished an illustrated storybook, made it in LibreOffice and exported it as a PDF. Then I opened it with Adobe Acrobat Reader, but I was wondering if it´s legal to do this, because I don´t know if Adobe Acrobat Reader can be used for commercial purposes, because I´m going to send this PDF of my book to a publisher for publication, which it would be a commercial purpose. I would appreciate if someone could clarify this for me. Thank you!
I hope you're doing great.
You can open the PDF with Acrobat Reader, but you would need a paid subscription to Acrobat pro to edit and make changes to the PDF.
Note: As you have made the PDF with a different application, all the features in Acrobat Pro may or may not work.
Hope this helps.
Of course it is. The entire point of Adobe Reader is to display PDF files... Especially if you created them yourself.