Adobe Reader XI is an interactive viewer for PDF documents. Besides being able to open PDF files so that users can view their contents, the program also comes with annotation functions. These include the ability to add a sticky note to a document with a comment, the use of virtual text highlighters, text underlining, stamping, and more. These permit users to leave their mark or commentary on documents, which may be important for those who work as editors or document reviewers.
Users can also add digital signatures to documents using the program without having to export document content in a word processor: signature insertion can be done straight through Reader. The same is true of other entry fields created in documents: the Reader allows users to fill in those fields straight from the Reader interface, so there is no need to either print them out or export them to programs like Word first.
Reader XI also gives users the ability to print their work or distribute it electronically. Furthermore, a quick link in the program gives users quick access to Adobe’s web-based resources for PDF export into other file formats, PDF creation, quick form creation, and the like.
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