1) Adobe Acrobat DC is very easy to use to edit already created PDF documents. I work with multiple agreement documents in our organization, and with Adobe Acrobat DC, I can modify the individual agreement forms to personalize to each document.
2) User-friendly interface doesn't necessitate a lot of staff training prior to using the software for the first time.
3) Combine PDFs. We receive many Word documents that must be combined into a single PDF. Adobe Acrobat DC has a great drag and drop feature so we can see a preview of the pages we are combining and moving in order.
4) Simplicity for basic tasks with a PDF, although then the thing gets a bit complicated. It has quite a lot of options.
5) This tool can be presented in the main operating systems such as Linux, OS X Mac, Unix, Windows without modifying the appearance or structure of the original document and not losing the format with sending to other users.
1) Sometimes it is a bit difficult to work with text in PDF files because it is perceived as images, but otherwise it seems an excellent tool.
2) Some of Adobe Acrobat's features do not work on scanned PDF files. That makes them very difficult to edit.
3) When editing a pdf, sometimes the highlighting areas can be skewed. It isn't 100% accurate on where the test is and will jump around a bit. Also, it will jump out of place on the checklist as well.
4) The support for questions is a little outdated online. When you have a question about functionality the community FAQ's are for older versions.
5)The app can be a little slow and somewhat lack when you're importing or exporting big documents
If you are looking for PDF viewer software then you can go for it.
This Application has been using actively for PDF related work.