Name: Adobe Acrobat Pro
Version: DC 2017.012.20093
Released: Aug 8th, 2017
Developer: Adobe Systems Incorporated
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Adobe Zii 2.0
Web Site: http://www.adobe.com/
Acrobat DC with Document Cloud services is packed with all the tools you need to convert, edit and sign PDFs. It’s just as mobile as you are. So you can start a document at work, tweak it on the train and send it for approval from your living room — seamlessly, simply, without missing a beat.
Edit any file, even a paper one. Just snap a photo with your phone, and then open it on your desktop. Before your eyes, Acrobat will magically transform it into a PDF you can edit on your tablet — complete with custom fonts that match the type in your original file.
Acrobat DC brings e-signing to more than one billion devices around the world. Now anyone can legally sign documents with a finger on a touch-enabled device — or with a few quick clicks in a browser. More than just a signing app, Acrobat DC makes it easy to send, track and store signed documents, too.
Touch-enabled and totally mobile, with a brilliant new UI that keeps all the tools you need at your fingertips — Acrobat DC is so amazing, you’re going to wonder how you ever managed to get work done without it.
Acrobat Pro DC system requirements
• 1.5 GHz or faster processor
• Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32 bit and 64 bit), Windows 8 (32 bit and 64 bit), Windows Server 2008 R2 (32 bit and 64 bit), Windows Server 2012 (64 bit), or Windows Server 2012 R2 (64 bit)
• 1.0 GB of RAM (1GB recommended)
• 4.5 GB of available hard-disk space
• 1024x768 screen resolution
• Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10 (Windows 8 minimum), or 11; Firefox Extended Support Release
• Video hardware acceleration (optional)
What's new in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2017.012.20093
August 8th, 2017
・Acrobat and Reader now provide better support for multiple monitors. When you move Acrobat or Reader between screens — from your laptop to your desktop monitor — and it automatically scales to match the scaling factor and resolution of whatever screen you're working on.
ACCESSIBILITY TOOL IMPROVEMENTS:
・Acrobat now keeps the tag tree view and navigation intact when you save your PDF. It even auto-adjusts when you add, move, or remove pages, which saves you time.
Also, you can now access the Table Editor tool directly from the tag tree:
・Choose Tags in the left navigation pane, right-click the table tag for which you want to update table structure, and then choose Table Editor.
・From the Touch Up Reading Order tool, click anywhere within the table boundaries to enable the Table Editor option.
IMPROVED TAGGING FOR INSERT, DELETE, MOVE, AND REPLACE PAGES:
While performing page specific operations, the tags tree is now updated correctly:
・Insert pages: When inserting pages, tags of the document being inserted were always added at the end of the tag tree irrespective of the location of the insert operation. This has been fixed now and tags are inserted at the correct location.
・Move pages: In Organize Pages tool and the Pages Panel, when pages were re-arranged, only the content was moved and tags were left as is. We now move the tags at the correct location along with the page content.
・Replace pages: When a page replace operation was done, tags of the page being replaced used to get deleted from the document, but the tags for the new pages being inserted were not added. This is fixed now.
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE IMPROVEMENTS:
We have made the following experience improvements based on the top customer issues or asks:
・Pen tool cursor changes to a dot (with default color).
・Improved text selection experience inside a highlighted area.
・Last used location becomes the default save location.
・Support for the Remove Hidden Information tool in Acrobat Standard.
・A new preference to show rulers.
Last used location becomes the default save location:
・A document's open location becomes the default save location in the Save As dialog box, provided the document is not opened from a temporary folder.
Support for the Remove Hidden Information tool in Acrobat Standard:
・The Remove Hidden Information tool is now available in Acrobat Standard. To access the tool, go to Tools > Protect > Remove Hidden Information.
A new preference to show rulers:
・A new preference —Show rulers when opening documents—is added to enable or disable the rulers in Acrobat and Reader. When the preference is selected, the rulers are displayed for each PDF that you open. By default, the preference is not selected.
・To show the rulers: Go to Edit > Preferences > Units & Guides, and then select the Show rulers when opening documents check box under Rulers. Click OK.
SET DEFAULT FONT FOR ADD TEXT BOX AND TEXT CALLOUT ANNOTATIONS:
・Helvetica is used as the default font family for a new Add Text Box or Text Callout annotation. Now, you can change the default font family for these two annotations using the Text Properties menu. The changes are saved as the new default font family and applied to the annotations that you add from now onwards.
DISCARD CHECKOUT ON CLOSING A SHAREPOINT DOCUMENT OR QUITTING APPLICATION:
・Currently, if you open a SharePoint document in Acrobat with the Checkout and Open option, and then subsequently close the document or quit Acrobat without making any changes to the document, the document remains checked out in SharePoint.
・Now, when you close the document or quit Acrobat, you see the prompt, as shown below, asking you to discard the checkout.
ACCESS ADOBE SCAN FILES IN THE HOME VIEW:
・Now you can view files that you scan using the Adobe Scan mobile app in the File Lists of the Home view of Acrobat and Reader.
・Note: If you’re not signed in, sign in with your Adobe ID to see your scans. If you’re not using the app, you can enter your mobile number to receive the download link of the app on your device.
RSA-PSS SIGNATURE SCHEME SUPPORT:
・With current DC release, Acrobat begins RSA-PSS signing support. RSA-PSS is a new signature scheme that is based on the RSA cryptosystem and provides increased security assurance.
Support currently includes:
・Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC
・Signature validation (Windows and Mac)
・Signature creation with digital ID files on Windows and Mac (PFX/P12)
・Signature creation with digital ID imported to Windows Certificate Store and devices, such as smart cards supporting Cryptography API: Next Generation (CNG). CNG is designed to replace the legacy CryptoAPI. In addition to increased security, CNG is extensible and cryptography agnostic. For more detail and a list of features, see CNG features.
・4215874: Copy-Paste of a comments generates XML-Code instead of the actual comment.
・4194671: For Filtered comment list selecting multiple comments using click and shift key doesn’t work.
・4201895: Not able to initiate Shared Review using Webmail.
・4166523: [Outlook MAC ]: Error occurs while attaching a PDF from network location if default email client is Outlook.
・4212803: Acrobat/Reader crashes if we quit Acrobat/Reader process after sending email using Webmail.
・4213751: While attaching a PDF using email icon, a draft mail is created with default subject line which includes a word “Emailing”.
・4104476: Ruler lines are not visible anymore during dragging [Mac Only]
・4187862: Watermark text are corrupted when you print a protected PDF in Reader DC.
・4131953: Unable to print to PDF at a particular size.
・4211929: Acrobat DC fails to print in Citrix 7.13 Xendesktop. No print progress dialog is produced.
・4110518: Missing text when printing files using Acrobat DC.
・4207571: Text overlaps when creating PDF from attached word file.
・4198197: Margins are off when converting Excel sheets to PDF using PDFMaker.
・4163594: Acrobat crashes on combining attached PDF files.