It is no secret to followers that I consider Acrobat to be the gold standard for PDF conversion and manipulation. I use it on a daily basis to insert, move, bookmark, and delete pages; edit and insert text and objects; remove metadata; redact; OCR; and much more.
Since eCourt became mandatory in circuit court last year, the need for quality, comprehensive PDF software is more critical. (Mandatory appellate eFiling begins June 1.)
The New Kid on the Block
Recently Adobe launched Adobe Acrobat DC, referring to “Document Cloud.” This was a bit startling, as the name led some to believe that Adobe had switched to a cloud-only version of Acrobat. Let’s set the record straight.
DC refers to a set of optional cloud services attached to Acrobat. Here is an explanation of DC from Rick Borstein, author of the Acrobat for Legal Professionals blog:
Read more here.
There is at least one reason you might want to consider using the DC part of Adobe Acrobat DC:
Learn more about electronic signatures here.
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I like the Adobe Cloud (new Version) tremendously.
I am running latest os10 on a MacBook Pro (late 2013 made)
I use acrobat pro 11 – thinks about DC
Have a wizard to print bookmarks
Want to see if it works in DC
Have you got a contact email for tick Borstein?
Rick Borstein not “tick”
I do not, but here are some suggestions: 1. tweet him @acrolaw; 2. visit his original blog post and submit a comment; 3. Connect with him on LinkedIn. Once connected you can send a message.
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