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Adobe Acrobat and Reader - January' 22 updates are Live!!

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Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022

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Adobe Acrobat and Reader - January' 22 updates are Live!

 

We are happy to announce the latest release of Acrobat and Reader (Continuous & Classic Tracks) on January' 22 have left the buildings! We are now LIVE.

 

What's in the update?

  • The latest update of Acrobat & Reader contains:
    • Bug Fixes.
    • Performance & Stability Improvements.

 

Adobe recommends installing updates of the Acrobat and Reader for Windows & Mac Continuous Track 21.011.20039, Classic 20.004.30020, & Classic 2017 17.011.30207 as soon as possible.

 

Bug fixes: 

 

CEF Infra

  • Blank Save As dialogue shown on saving a file
  • Unable to type @ symbol with French or German keyboard in Add Signer's screen when requesting for a signature

Editing

  • Acrobat crashes when Justify Text is clicked just after selecting Add Text in Edit PDF

Fill and Sign

  • MAC: No cursor is shown in the text field while adding/editing text with Fill & Sign app

Installer

  • Registry key to disable 64-bit Reader upgrade is not working in some scenarios

PDFMaker

  • An incorrect picture is rendered when ppt is converted to pdf
  • Text shifts in the upper direction and gets clipped after conversion to pdf
  • Adobe PDFMaker distorting an image when converting PowerPoint to PDF

 

How to install Updates?

  • Install updates from the Help menu of Acrobat/ Reader DC. In the application, go to Help > Check for updates. Reboot the machine (If possible) once after updating the Adobe Acrobat/ Reader DC.

 

 

 

For known issues with the Adobe Acrobat and Reader DC, please refer to the following document: Known issues | Acrobat DC, Reader DC 

 

Acrobat DC System Requirements.

Enterprise-Centric features: For these features, refer to the Administration Guide.

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