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Issues in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

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Aug 21, 2020

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Hi,

We are planned to migrate the Adobe Acrobat Professional to Adobe Acrobat Reader DC in our organisation for corrections marking peoples. Those peoples have highlighted some issues in DC.

1. Comments box are positioned in the Right side. How to move it to Botton side as in Acrobat Pro.8?

2. When we Save the current opened file from desktop or other location, DC asks the file location to save. But in Acrobat Pro, when we save the file it will automatically save using current location which the PDF is opened in current window.

3. Comments texts are looks very tiny. Not able to view bigger and clearly.

4. When we open the PDF in DC, loading issues happens. It opens very slowly. But the same file opens quick in Acrobat pro versions. 

Please let me know how to solve this issues in DC version.

Thanks,

Santhosh

 

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Issues in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

Explorer ,
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Hi,

We are planned to migrate the Adobe Acrobat Professional to Adobe Acrobat Reader DC in our organisation for corrections marking peoples. Those peoples have highlighted some issues in DC.

1. Comments box are positioned in the Right side. How to move it to Botton side as in Acrobat Pro.8?

2. When we Save the current opened file from desktop or other location, DC asks the file location to save. But in Acrobat Pro, when we save the file it will automatically save using current location which the PDF is opened in current window.

3. Comments texts are looks very tiny. Not able to view bigger and clearly.

4. When we open the PDF in DC, loading issues happens. It opens very slowly. But the same file opens quick in Acrobat pro versions. 

Please let me know how to solve this issues in DC version.

Thanks,

Santhosh

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 21, 2020

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You are referring to two different major versions; Adobe Acrobat 8 Pro and Adobe Reader DC, to compare apples to apples, you need to verify what Acrobat DC Pro does with commetns, I would assume that it places them just like Reader DC. There were changes in the UI over the years, and chances are that with the current version of Acrobat you would get exactly the same behavior. 


As far as the size of the text goes, can you please provide a screen shot? 

 

To compare loading speeds, you again need to open the file in Acrobat DC Pro to see if this is a side effect due to changes in teh whole Acrobat family. In general slow loading can be caused by the PDF file, if both load at the same speed, then there is nothing we can do, and you need to file a bug report with Adobe: http://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 22, 2020

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1. Comments Pane cannot be repositioned on Acrobat DC.

4. Acrobat DC is slower than other versions.

 

So sorry.

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Please don't just say "DC" for Acrobat Reader DC, and "Pro" for the old version. It's confusing because there is Reader and Pro in every version. As has been stated, first test with Pro DC and compare that with Reader DC. 

 

If you have Enhanced protection on in any DC product, and open a PDF with double click, then Save will prompt. This is a security protection, we are told (can't see it myself).

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