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8.6 out of 10

Adobe Acrobat 10 Pro

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Reviews and Problems with Adobe Acrobat 10 Pro

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Overall 3
3.0

"Good product, bad company"

IMC_socal, CNET
6 March 2014
  • Pros: Good editing and document management features
  • Cons: You will be very disappointed in Adobe's customer service - and on your own if there is ever a problem. They badly mismanage Acrobat on-line subscriptions, and take no action to resolve.
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Overall 10
10

"Great product!!!! I love it."

traviscohen, CNET
10 July 2013
  • Pros: Easy to use and create forms from existing documents.
  • Cons: None so far.
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Overall 10
10

"Great Application!"

lo777, CNET
1 September 2012
Overall 10
10

Adobe Acrobat X Pro

lowrets, PriceGrabber
25 August 2012
  • Summary: It's really cool, when the document recognized the meta tag, drop and drag everything in there and automatically recognize it , in then scroll do , good thing is , Tek-micro.com offers it very very cheap !!!
  • Pros: Awesome
  • Cons: cheap downloadable
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Overall 10
10

Professionally helpful staff !

Nats to it all !, J&R
16 January 2011
  • Summary: Great for creating pdf's from websites, e-mails, application documents. Also great for revising or marking-up pdf documents with specific sticky notes, typed words or drawing add-ons, i.e. linework, etc.
  • Pros: Easy To Navigate, Fast and Powerful
  • Cons: Hard To Install or Upgrade, Parallels install trouble
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Overall 10
10

Adobe Pagemaker

Consumer Democracy
2 May 2010
  • Summary: From small jobs to large ones PageMaker is still the best page layout program available! It is clear, straight forward, and you don't have to spend hours making frames for everything...you just do it.
  • Pros: The drafting table metaphor
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe Pagemaker

Consumer Democracy
2 May 2010
  • Summary: The first desktop publishing program is still the best for nonprofessionals who need power but don't want to be overwhelmed with software better suited for publishing books and newspapers. PageMaker can be used by the nonprofessional to create brochures, newsletters and documents to be posted on the Web or sent by Portable Document Format.
  • Pros: versatile, easy to use, powerful
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Overall 10
10

Aldus Pagemaker Desktop Publishing Rating

Consumer Democracy
2 May 2010
  • Summary: Turn out high quality newsletters, etc. Laserprints virtually identical to printers linotronic output.
  • Pros: manual easy to understand
  • Cons: too many options
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Overall 10
10

Adobe Pagemaker

Consumer Democracy
2 May 2010
  • Summary: PageMaker 7.0 is a very good and easy to use publishing program. It is compatible with the demands of commercial printers and at the same time allows less than professional layout people to do a really nice job of creating publications. A bit pricy (like all Adobe products), but generally worth the money.
  • Pros: Some of the dropdown menus are not organized very well.
  • Cons: Some of the dropdown menus are not organized very well.
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe Pagemaker

Consumer Democracy
2 May 2010
  • Summary: This is a valuable tool for publishing documents that must be done precisely.
  • Pros: guides do not always copy from master correctly
  • Cons: guides do not always copy from master correctly
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