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  • Tracy
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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I never lost my toolbar before, Yeah my acro updated to the 2017

  • Joe
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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I never lost my toolbar before, Yeah my acro updated to the 2017

Get used to it. It only gets worse once it starts happening. Right now every time I open Acrobat it is gone.
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  • DigiCorn
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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I can assure you, I see no such trouble without PitStop.
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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I can assure you, I see no such trouble without PitStop.

You could install the trial and experience it for 30 days.
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  • DigiCorn
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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I can assure you, I see no such trouble without PitStop.

You could install the trial and experience it for 30 days.
Maybe.

I don't want to feel left out.
Peon/Cog

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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
Reply #35
FOMO...

it's all the rage
Prepress guy - doin' jobs one at a time

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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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We have not decided if it is worth upgrading to Acrobat DC from Acrobat XI.
I take it that Acrobat DC is nothing more than Acrobat XI with a few "cloud" features?
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  • Joe
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Re: Acrobat DC vs Acrobat Pro XI (11.0.20) with Pitstop 2017
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It was pretty buggy at the start. I hated it. Adobe have most of the wrinkles ironed out by now except for the bugs they are calling features. Now that I am used to it I wouldn't want to go back to XI. And it is nothing like Acrobat XI. Completely different. Plus it is 64-bit on the Mac and got a pretty decent speed bump because of it.
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