Acrobat Professional XI Student and Teacher Edition [Download]

Acrobat Professional XI Student and Teacher Edition [Download]

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Make your job easier every day with Adobe Acrobat XI Pro software. Quickly create PDF files or PDF Portfolios. Intuitively edit PDF files from within Acrobat or convert them to Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint formats. Build forms in minutes with the new, included Adobe FormsCentral desktop application. And use guided Actions to automate document preparation.

System Requirements 1.3GHz or faster processor Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 3 for 32 bit or Service Pack

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  • Convert files to PDF – Get an integrated Acrobat toolbar for popular Microsoft and browser apps to quickly turn documents and web pages into high-quality PDF files, or create PDF documents from any desktop app that prints.
  • Export PDF files – Convert PDF to Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint and preserve formatting.
  • Create electronic forms – Build PDF or web forms in minutes with the new, included Adobe FormsCentral desktop app.
  • Edit PDF files – Easily correct, update, or adjust text and images with a new point-and-click interface – make changes right in your PDF file.
  • Prepare PDF files consistently – Streamline routine, multi-step tasks with guided or automated Actions.

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3 Comments

  1. 22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy eligibility verification (from a .edu domain); many features…, October 22, 2012
    By 
    35-year Technology Consumer “8-tracks to 802…. (Mid Atlantic, USA (vinerevieweratgmail)) –
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    …and largely the same as version X.

    First, the technical discussion:
    Even with many free or low cost .pdf creators available, ultimately these Acrobat alternatives are all trying to do what Acrobat Professional does, and sometimes the workarounds stop being worth the effort.

    My principal uses of Acrobat are:
    -importing documents from a scanner
    -shift content between Word and .pdf formats
    -a virtual printer for my laptop when traveling
    Acrobat does all of these functions nicely. While I’d have to deliberate for a long time on the regular retail pricing, for my purposes the academic license price is worth it,as Acrobat delivers these functions in ways that are reliable, predictable and intuitive.

    Downloading and installation was problem free. Remember not to confuse the Amazon product code (provided by Amazon at time of purchase) with the Adobe product key (provided by Adobe *after* confirmation of your educational affiliation). After installation, you can ignore the initial prompt for the Adobe key: instead launch the 30-day trial version, and enter the Adobe key later (after Adobe has confirmed your academic pricing eligibility).

    Amazon provides detailed instructions on how to establish eligibility for the academic version. Your experience may vary, but mine was easy. Since I used a .edu email domain for registration with Adobe, no other documentation was needed (although I was prepared with both a faculty ID card and a recent pay slip). Academic status verification with Adobe via my .edu address resulted in immediate delivery of an the Acrobat product code and confirmation of eligibility.

    Finally, although this pricing is certainly far better than the consumer version: always check with your own institution to see if they have arrangements with Adobe that can make it available for your personal computers at even deeper discounts (my school does, but for this product availability is via DVD…and at near-future date that is still TDB).

    Licensing for this version allows installation on two computers. While Adobe’s registration servers clearly enforce this, contact with a customer service via a toll-free number took less than 10 minutes to resolve a situation where I was unable to uninstall from one computer due to a hardware issue. Pretty easy…

    Finally, if you are already using Version X, I’d skip this one (unless you just have a “current version” jones!) there are no significant changes to the interface.

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  2. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works Perfectly and Easy to Verify, and its A GREAT PROGRAM, November 26, 2012
    By 
    P. Rudy
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    This review is from: Acrobat Professional XI Student and Teacher Edition [Download] (Software Download)

    I am doing this review simply because I find the negative reviews so WRONG.

    I cannot understand the negative reviews. As the other positive review stated, its sooooo easy if you have a .edu email address. As a part time student in a small community college, I have a dot edu email. Simply go to the verification site listed on the software box, enter your name and dot edu email, list the town yoiur school is in, pick out the school you are attending, answer a few innocuous questions: your major, why you like Adobe. Hit enter and WHAM, instant verification and an email went INSTANTLY to my DOT EDU email with my serial number. The program took the number with not problem AND REMEMBER, AS AN EDU product, YOU CAN INSTALL ON TWO COMPUTERS.

    Sorry but I find the negative reviews hard to believe. Maybe they do not have a dot edu email. I have bought a lot of edu discount software and NEVER had an issue as long as I had a dot edu email. FOR WHAT ITS WORTH, the Adobe verification is even better and quicker than MS.

    AND, you can precheck your verification. Go to the Adobe student site and you can see eligible schools listed by city and state.

    OH,shall we also talk about the actual program. It flies. I am upgrading from Ver 8 and the difference is night and day. The OCR really works well. And conversion from Word docx to PDF has many new features. I have never used Ver 10 so I cannot opine on upgrading from that version. But, having used Ver 8 and 9, I can say that 11 is a major improvement in functionality, ease of use, layout and new features. Some of the features may have been in 8 or 9, but they work so much cleaner and quickly in 11. If you use Office 2010, it integrates perfectly, as well as Chrome, Firefox.

    And the price for the student staff version is amazing. Do not be scared off by the negative reviews. If you go to or teach at or are employed by a real school, have a real .edu email address, the verification is a breeze.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    nightmare, June 23, 2013
    By 
    PAUL DIMAGGIO (Princeton) –
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    After purchasing, downloading and registering this I received messages indicating that I had a trial subscription that would expire in 25 days. After spending more than an hour on a chat with an Adobe rep who seemed not to understand this project, I was referred to the third party that verifies faculty or student status. I spent another 40 minutes or so in a chat with a representative of this third-party vendor, during which time I registered again and at the end of which I was told that the product was properly registered and that I could now use it indefinitely. The next time I tried to use it (3 days later), I was again told it was only a trial, and the Adobe site had no record of my having purchased the software (even though it correctly listed my previous purchases of Adobe products).

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