Adobe’s Elements family is a lighter, more affordable (some are actually even free) and stripped down version of their full products, and this time Acrobat Elements is lightweight version of the venerable PDF reader and creator which has its main features but with simplified features and some absent professional options. However Acrobat Elements was only volume-licensed for 1,000 copies and intended for enterprise settings, which means that it wasn’t available for regular consumers.
Like its main edition, Acrobat Elements allows users to create PDF documents, with such famous ease of use features like drag and drop or one-click PDF creation from various sources like Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. In fact, users can create PDF documents from any source that can print; users can easily select print to Adobe PDF from the Print dialog box of that application. Other features of the Acrobat Elements application (which is also present in the full edition) include the creation of tagged PDFs that meets US government accessibility standards, or attaching tags to an Office document converted to PDF, and encrypt PDF documents with passwords or other administrative functions like applying permissions to certain users.
Our users primarily use Adobe Acrobat Elements to open these file types:
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