Wednesday, 10 October 2012


The new version of this indispensable product doesn't introduce revolutionary changes, but it doesn't have to. As the low-end PDF reader, it simply keeps up with Acrobat Professional and Standard. This release adds the ability to play back embedded multimedia files in MP3, QuickTime, Macromedia Flash, Real, and Windows Media formats, as well as to submit Adobe PDF forms. It also replaces some of the icons in the default interface with optional, dockable toolbars. You might as well install this now before a Web site you visit prompts you to download it, because you'll need it.

If you are using Adobe Reader you will notice that you are unable to write/save content in PDF files. Adobe Reader is a PDF reader provided free-of-charge and does not allow users to “write” content in PDF files by default. In order to make and save changes to a PDF file, you need a license for Adobe Acrobat, or LiveCycle Reader Extensions. Changes that normally require Adobe Acrobat include: entering text, saving a PDF form, and adding comments.
Note:You must have a Reader Extensions server installed in your organisation.