What was the people at Adobe thinking when you took the edit process away from IPad users? Dumb move when you did the latest update. You lost a customer, or might I say several customers.
You did not answer my question. Don’t assume anything.
If you have the "Adobe Acrobat Pro DC" subscription, you should be able to use the "Edit PDF" feature on iPad. Would you please try the following,
1. Open a PDF on the iPad
2. Tap the "Pen" button at the lower right hand corner as below,
3. Popup menu should appear as below,
4. Choose "Edit PDF" to continue your edit.
Hope this help,
I have no icon with edit on it. The program is so slow and not user friendly now that it takes 4 times longer just to get my folders open. All but two are gone. The most messed up update I’ve ever dealt with. I’ve found another PDF program. It’s not as good as the OLD Adobe, but it works.
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Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
We have recently released an update version 18.10.02.
Please try to update the application and check if you still experience the issue.
You can share your feedback here Adobe Acrobat for iPhone and iPad - Feature Request/Bug Report Form.