I have the free Adobe Reader DC -- but I want to be able to do basic editing to a PDF doc.
What kind of student discounts are available and how to I get it?
I assume you are referring to the Adobe Acrobat DC, because Adobe Reader DC is a free application of Adobe for which you do not have to subscribe.
You can get Adobe Acrobat DC as subscription base service or a standalone version (perpetual/license).
You may refer to the plan and pricing to see the available offer for the student & teachers
Link doesn't work and every time I try to contact adobe it just takes me to community.
currently, my study most important is I need the adobe acrobat reader, I look through the plan for university is full set including all graphic design software which I don't need I may become waste of money, the single app for adobe acrobat reader pro dc is 14.99 per month or annually is 179.88 is extremely expensive for a student may i know is there any other options? ( Microsoft 365 university reduce the price 4 times lower than the usual price (usual price 1 year 110 after verify as a student is 4 years 110) to make affordable for student do Adobe do the same for students? )
The link you provided does not work.Do you have an updated link? Thank you
Just chat with them.. they do not offer this service to the public anymore... You have to request it with them.
This is one almost useless program, as it won't easily interface with other applications such as, printers, other MAC based programs, etc. In fact, there isn't even an easy means to exit the program. Was this aboration created by Millennial's or what?
What the hell are you talking about?
In plain English, the Adobe Reader DC is not user-friendly, does not interface easily with peripherals and allows for unwanted connections (with phantom peripherals) with MAC based operating systems. I use Adobe Reader DC on both Windows and MAC operating systems. Adobe Reader DC software for the MAC simply sucks! Why should a user have to "login" to his Adobe Reader DC in order to open a PDF file.....duh? Leave it up to today's "nitwit" computer software writer's to take a simple process and make it confusing/difficult to use for the sake of change.......again, duh?