If "multiple tabs in one window" option is available in Acrobat Reader then it should be available in the Pro DC classic.
I mean come on... If the Acrobat Reader the free version has the multiple tabbed pdf's in one window then why doesn't the Acrobat Pro DC have it? It's frustrating.
I have the classic version 2015.006.30280, which is licensed and bought. Just doesn't make sense to not have the option.
If you wish to use Multitab feature in acrobat , Classic 2017 support multitab feature.
Let me know for further concerns here.
any answers on this?
Lucas M West commented
I think it's crazy that the free version of Adobe Acrobat (Reader) has any features at all that the paid version doesn't have. As a paid consumer, we should be the ones to get the new features first, not the other way around. Even if we have a version that isn't a subscription, we should still get basic features like tabbed browsing which has been around for years in Reader.
Please make tabbed viewing available for Acrobat Pro as you did for for Acrobat DC. Pro is a paid for package and a heavy user who needs to work with over 10 documents at a time and consults up to 50 documents a day really would benefit from the ability to view multiple documents in one window.
Just like in indesign, photoshop, illustrator, etc, we should be able to view multiple pdfs in the same Acrobat window in different tabs.
DON'T BUY PRO DC!!!!!! commented
I cannot believe that the free version of Reader has better features than the paid version of acrobat pro. I will not only find a new company to do business but I will share my experience with anyone that will listen. I am sad I downgraded to Pro DC from X. WARNING TO ANYONE WHO MAY WANT TO PURCHASE THIS POORLY MADE NOT-SO-PRO VERSION OF SOFTWARE keep your OLD version and just download the free viewer use the old version to edit with IT NO DIFFERENT!!!!