The new normal of the working world is a remote affair, with many of us working from home. This means that more documents than ever before are being shared digitally. PDF files are an essential component in the process of digital documentation. The Adobe Document Cloud enables complete digitization of paper-based processes – and therefore marks an important step towards the paperless (home) office.
Adobe offers two versions of Adobe Acrobat in the Document Cloud to manage these tasks: Adobe Acrobat Standard and Adobe Acrobat Professional. After all, PDFs are far more than just read-only documents.
Most users are familiar with creating, editing, commenting and converting PDF documents and almost certainly use these features regularly. To be clear: I am not referring to the free Adobe Reader/Acrobat Reader for viewing PDF documents. I am talking about Adobe Acrobat, a paid product that can be acquired in a variety of licensing models.
The standard version of Adobe Acrobat already gives you access to these basic features. But the software has far more tricks up its sleeve – in its Pro version. Let me introduce you to five of these features that I believe are very useful.