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Acrobat Pro 9 Extended & Windows 8

Will Acrobat Pro 9 Extended work with Windows 8?


CN Crawford 596 days ago


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I doubt it. Acrobat 9 update 9.2 provided most of Acrobat 9 functionality in Windows 7 - but - the Acrobat 9 PDFMaker has not been/is not functional in Windows 7. Consequently, I'd not anticipate much success in using Acrobat 9 in Windows 8.
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As well, Acrobat 9 (Pro Extended, Pro, Standard, & Reader) reaches End of Core Support 6/26/2013.
http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/eol/eol_matrix.html#86
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The only version that will "for sure" be maintained to function within Windows 8 will be Acrobat XI.
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Visit:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatpro/tech-specs.html
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and use the "Jump to" links to system requirements (Acrobat XI, X, & 9).
Only Acrobat XI identifies Windows 8.
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Be well...


By David Austin answered 596 days ago  |   Comments (0)  |  New Comment

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