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My free Acrobate version does not allow me to use it Free.

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Hi

 I have just downloaded Acrobate free war but every time they want me to join a pay version or they give me  a 7 days evaluation tonly hen I have to pay.

What can I do to get the the 100% freeware. please?

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My free Acrobate version does not allow me to use it Free.

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Hi

 I have just downloaded Acrobate free war but every time they want me to join a pay version or they give me  a 7 days evaluation tonly hen I have to pay.

What can I do to get the the 100% freeware. please?

Thanks

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Exactly what did you download from where? The only “freeware” is Adobe Acrobat Reader, not Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Standard.

 

To download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader, go to https://get2.adobe.com/reader/, uncheck the options for so-called “optional offers” and click on the Download Acrobat Reader button.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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Thanks

 

This is what I do but eventually at the moment of using a service (in my case to join several PDF together) I get this:

 

https://acrobat.adobe.com/fr/fr/landing/pdf-pack-combine.html?trackingid=Q75XPVJ7&ttid=cmbnfls1&DTPr...

 

Always, I can't start my work

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They do not allow me to use the service without usibg a pay option (even a free trial one since I do not want pay after 1 week. Thanks

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Of course Adobe wants you to pay. That isn't a freeware product!

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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There are versions which are freeware,my friends would never pay, most people do not pay, there must a trick and a real way to get a freeware or something similar.

Any idea? Thanks

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It works like this. Acrobat Reader is completely free. You can use it to view PDF, print, fill in forms, add notes. ALSO Adobe have paid services. Such as create PDF, combine PDF, export to other formats, edit PDF. These are NEVER free from Adobe. Tool buttons like "Edit" in Acrobat Reader take you to a chance to pay. The basic functions (o view PDF, print, fill in forms, add notes...) are still free.

 

Why? Because the free Acrobat Reader is free to get you hooked on PDF, so you will pay for more! This is normal with free apps.

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@Eric5F94 

 

And I assume that whatever you do for a living should be given away for “free” also, correct?

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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