My previous laptop's motherboard went kaput. I purchased Adobe Acrobat Pro in 2017 for a flat fee, which was on the previous laptop. I have a new laptop. How can I download Adobe Acrobat Pro onto my new laptop? Do I need to upgrade? I want to pay a one-time fee as before. Thank you for any help and answers provided.
You can get the installer from here: https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/acrobat-2017-downloads.html
Make sure to keep a copy of it, though, as Adobe is in the habit of not offering older installers after a while...
Thank you for the information. I have tried the link that you provided. After the installation, the screen shows that I have downloaded a 7-day free trial. A Buy button is shown in the lower right corner. I was hoping that Adobe would recognize that I previously purchased and registered Acrobat Pro 12 in 2017 and let me download again or provide information for an upgrade without a monthly subscription fee but a one-time fee. Is this possible?
Thank you for your reply with any information that you have.
What happens when you enter your serial number, then?
I never saw a screen to enter my serial number. I found my serial number on the My Products page earlier shown above the words Version 12. I uninstalled the 7-day trial subscription and started over. Again, using the link that you provided, the same happened again, including the pop-up window showing there is an error installing Acrobat DC. However, the Adobe Acrobat DC 7-day trial subscription is installed again. I am not sure why I could not easily install my previous Acrobat 2017 - Version 12 on my new PC (or an update) like I have done with other non-Adobe software on this new laptop
You installed the wrong version, then. Acrobat DC is subscription-based. You need to download the installer for Acrobat 2017.