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Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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I know there are older threads on this but I am looking to see if anything has changed or if anyone has a neat solution.

My Adobe account for CC use provides my access to Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, I work across 3 machines, Desktop, Laptop and Macbook.  Being limited to use on two machines has long been a pain, while Adobe's 2FA has made it a bit slicker I only really need to have the full functionality on 2 machines.

Is it possible to have a limited version of Reader that doesn't need a login, just for viewing PDFs, that can be installed alongside Pro DC?  I'm sure this was the case going back, but I think some versions have been retired. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021
You can use Acrobat Reader DC.

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You can use Acrobat Reader DC.

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Thank you Bernd.  First it made me sign in, but was happy when I logged out so I think that's going to work well for me.

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