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Office full of Adobe X and XI, installed DC

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Jun 07, 2016

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This program is garbage. 

Nothing is intuitive, the menus are all gone, it takes clicking several different buttons, opening new windows, just to run OCR and then save as a PDF-A.

All of this worked well on all of the other machines in the office Running X and XI.

Additionally I install programs on all our office PC's and having to register a stand-alone program to someone's email is a royal pain. We slip-seat machines.

I absolutely, positively, hate DC.

Can I downgrade to XI?

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Office full of Adobe X and XI, installed DC

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Jun 07, 2016

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This program is garbage. 

Nothing is intuitive, the menus are all gone, it takes clicking several different buttons, opening new windows, just to run OCR and then save as a PDF-A.

All of this worked well on all of the other machines in the office Running X and XI.

Additionally I install programs on all our office PC's and having to register a stand-alone program to someone's email is a royal pain. We slip-seat machines.

I absolutely, positively, hate DC.

Can I downgrade to XI?

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Jun 08, 2016

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I understand the frustration associated with having your cheese moved. But it is true the new UI is generally well liked because most workflows require 10-20% less clicks to complete. Users can also customize the menus/toolbars and create custom actions.

OCR: Click Tools > Enhance Scans and select a file.

You do not have to register the product by user email. Simply use the Wizard to license, activate, accept the EULA on behalf of users, etc., and then deploy.

I don't know about downgrading. I think it's possible. Perhaps someone else on this list knows the answer.

Ben

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