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Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs Almost as good as Acrobat 9 01/17/2013

This review is from: Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version

Pros: It seems to be stable - but make sure you keep up with updates if problem arise.

Cons: It can not scan two single-sided scans of a stack of documents and then collate them into the proper order when using a automatic document feeder equipped scanner as can Acrobat 9. It will handle duplex scanning when handled by the scanner. Why is this important? As anyone who does ADF scanning quickly learns is that the automatic document feeders don't really like documents that have been folded, crunched, or otherwise wrinkled. The document usually scans the first side just fine but jams when attempting to scan the second side. The solution is to scan the stack as two single-sided scans and then let Acrobat collate those pages appropriately as earlier Acrobat's did just fine. While not tested, I assume if you have a non-duplex scanner, collation probably works fine with two single sided scans.

Other Thoughts: Adobe's technical support is a 'challenge'. Even if you make it past the language barrier, knowledge of the personnel is limited. Be prepared to spend long times on hold as they try - the operative word here is 'try' to get an answer. The Adobe forums are not a lot better. I have had my issue on there for 3 weeks with '0' responses.

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Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs Almost as good as Acrobat 9 01/17/2013

This review is from: Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version

Pros: It seems to be stable - but make sure you keep up with updates if problem arise.

Cons: It can not scan two single-sided scans of a stack of documents and then collate them into the proper order when using a automatic document feeder equipped scanner as can Acrobat 9. It will handle duplex scanning when handled by the scanner. Why is this important? As anyone who does ADF scanning quickly learns is that the automatic document feeders don't really like documents that have been folded, crunched, or otherwise wrinkled. The document usually scans the first side just fine but jams when attempting to scan the second side. The solution is to scan the stack as two single-sided scans and then let Acrobat collate those pages appropriately as earlier Acrobat's did just fine. While not tested, I assume if you have a non-duplex scanner, collation probably works fine with two single sided scans.

Other Thoughts: Adobe's technical support is a 'challenge'. Even if you make it past the language barrier, knowledge of the personnel is limited. Be prepared to spend long times on hold as they try - the operative word here is 'try' to get an answer. The Adobe forums are not a lot better. I have had my issue on there for 3 weeks with '0' responses.

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Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs Almost as good as Acrobat 9 01/17/2013

This review is from: Adobe Acrobat XI Professional for Windows - Full Version

Pros: It seems to be stable - but make sure you keep up with updates if problem arise.

Cons: It can not scan two single-sided scans of a stack of documents and then collate them into the proper order when using a automatic document feeder equipped scanner as can Acrobat 9. It will handle duplex scanning when handled by the scanner. Why is this important? As anyone who does ADF scanning quickly learns is that the automatic document feeders don't really like documents that have been folded, crunched, or otherwise wrinkled. The document usually scans the first side just fine but jams when attempting to scan the second side. The solution is to scan the stack as two single-sided scans and then let Acrobat collate those pages appropriately as earlier Acrobat's did just fine. While not tested, I assume if you have a non-duplex scanner, collation probably works fine with two single sided scans.

Other Thoughts: Adobe's technical support is a 'challenge'. Even if you make it past the language barrier, knowledge of the personnel is limited. Be prepared to spend long times on hold as they try - the operative word here is 'try' to get an answer. The Adobe forums are not a lot better. I have had my issue on there for 3 weeks with '0' responses.

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Date Joined: 09/04/04

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  • First Review: 07/19/05
  • Last Review: 01/17/13
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