Adobe Acrobat Pro comes in both standard and professional versions, which is a more professional version; there is also a Reader version which, as its name implies, is for reading PDFs only.
Development of the PDF format (abbreviated as Portable Document Format and Portable Document Format) began in 1990. This format is used for presenting documents including text, images and other requirements in a fixed format similar to the printed document. Adobe first demonstrated its official support for this format with the release of proprietary Acrobat software in 1993 and took an important role in its development.
– Installed as a full-featured Office software extension
– Ability to combine multiple PDF documents together or fragment one document
– With a virtual printer and the ability to output PDFs from any software
– Convert PDFs to common image formats, HTML pages and Office suite documents
– Add links to text
– Ability to delete or add text, images, etc.
– Add a template or watermark to the document
– Attach a file to the text
– Encrypt and protect PDF documents
– Document search capability
– Ability to reduce PDF document size
– Persian language support
– Document Cloud or, in short, DC, is the name of the new version of this software.
– We will not be releasing ME versions after changing Adobe’s approach to supporting Farsi and adding this to new versions.
– To prevent the software from automatically updating after it runs, click the Preferences menu from the Edit menu and scroll to the last option that is Updater and select … Do not and click OK.