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Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard & Professional (urgent)
請問Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard 和 Adobe Acrobat Professional 最大分別係邊??
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you are considering which version of Acrobat to buy, there are a couple of things to know. The main difference between versions is that Acrobat 8 Professional can create forms, while Standard cannot. Acrobat Professional also comes with Designer, a separate program with many additional form features. Aside from form tools Acrobat Professional also has:
* Redaction tools for permanently removing data from PDF files
* The Touchup Object tool for moving and resizing images
* PDF conversion buttons in AutoCAD, MS Project and MS Visio
Ultimately, whether you should buy Professional or Standard depends on what you’ll be doing with Acrobat. If you see yourself making PDF forms, then definitely get Professional. Otherwise, Standard should work fine. Below is the list of features that are only available in Professional version:
* Permanently delete sensitive information, including specific text or illustrations, with redaction tools
* Create PDF documents with one-button ease from AutoCAD®, Microsoft Visio, and Microsoft Project (Windows® only)
* Preserve document layers in technical drawings in Visio and AutoCAD, and object data in Visio (Windows only)
* Create fillable PDF forms from scanned paper, existing PDF documents, Microsoft Word documents, or Excel spreadsheets
* Automatically recognize form fields on static PDF documents and convert them to interactive fields that can be filled electronically by anyone using free Adobe Reader® software
* Enable Adobe Reader users to participate in reviews with complete commenting and markup tools, including sticky notes, highlighter, lines, shapes, and sta
* Enable Adobe Reader users to fill and save PDF forms locally for offline use* Enable Adobe Reader users to digitally sign PDF documents