Has Acrobat Reader 5.0 been replaced by Acrobat DC?

Asked 03-Jan-2022
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  • Adobe Reader has been replaced by Adobe Acrobat DC. 
  • The following are some of the new features:
  • The new Tools menu makes it simple to do common tasks.
  • Mobile Link allows you to view recent files on many PCs and devices.
  • Fill out, sign, and send forms on your iPad using the free Adobe Fill & Sign app.
  • On your iPad, you may edit text with font matching, sizing, colours, and more.
  • Reorder, rotate, and delete pages in PDF files to organise them.
  • Highlights, comments, and text alterations can all be undone and redone.
  • Open files from your Creative Cloud library.
  • Support for Enterprise IDs is required to log in.

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