Adobe unsuitable for windows 7

  ponytail 24 Mar 13
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With ref to my thread of about three weks ago regarding activation messages.Have just been onto the Adobe help chat line and have been told that my version of Adobe Acrobat which is ver7 Pro is not suitable for windows 7 and I need version 11 Hvae seen this **Adobe Acrobat XI Professional Version, Student and Teacher Edition (PC) (student and teacher eligibility requirements apply for this product) by Adobe Systems Inc. Platform: Windows 8 / 7 / XP / 2003 Server 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews) 3 Reviews 5 star: (2) 4 star: (1) 3 star: (0) 2 star: (0) 1 star: (0) › See all 3 customer reviews...

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Price: £74.31 & this item Delivered FREE in the**

Would I be able to use this this as was not sure what was meant by student and teacher elegibility requirements apply for this product

  ponytail 24 Mar 13

Just seen this missed it before

Convert files to PDF-- get an integrated Acrobat toolbar for popular Microsoft and browser apps to quickly turn documents and web pages into high-quality PDF files, or create PDF documents from any desktop app that prints Export PDF files and create electronic forms--build PDF or web forms in minutes Edit PDF files easily with a new point-and-click interface Prepare PDF files consistently--streamline routine, multi-step tasks with guided or automated Actions This software is only for use by eligible students or teachers.

  Chronos the 2nd 24 Mar 13

What do you use this Adobe Acrobat for?

  ponytail 24 Mar 13

Mostly for viewing,reading or printing PDF files but the software seems so expensive to buy.Are the following the same.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/publishing-pdf/740712970144_

They are certainly cheaper

  iscanut2 24 Mar 13

If all you want to do is read, viwe, print then just download the free Adobe Reader

Go hear and select Adobe Reader

http://www.filehippo.com/

  ponytail 24 Mar 13

the link seems to have gone wrong there should be a list of software some called nuance PDF converters

  iscanut2 24 Mar 13

PS sorry about typo spelling errors ! ( viwe & hear !! )

  ponytail 24 Mar 13
  ponytail 24 Mar 13

Hi iscanut2 have done what you suggested and installed adobe reader

Ponytail: as Iscanut says, if all you want to do is to read, view or print .pdf files, then what you need is Adobe Reader. Way back when, there was only Adobe Acrobat, and many people used that as their .pdf reader - but now, Adobe has released Adobe Reader which does what it says on the tin. If all you want is to view/print .pdf files, you just need Reader and you don't need to spend any money. Here is the official Adobe download site.

  Chronos the 2nd 24 Mar 13

I use this. Foxit.

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