Serious Bug: User interface needs reversion to prior version or option to do so
Well, sonny, back in the old days in 2022, Acrobat had this interface where you could insert a page from a scanner in two mouse clicks. That was before the new fangled 2023 version that requires making an all new document and importing it.
It used to be you'd just go to File > Insert Pages > From Scanner and, pow, zap, whoop, there'd be the pages you'd want to add.
Now that they got this new-fangled interface and first you have to find the "File" menu item. That's hidden up under the three bars. Everyone else in the world uses three dots, but Acrobat, they have to be the best, so they use three bars. Other apps, when you hover over the three dots, it tells you what they mean, but Acrobat new fangled users are so dang smart, the app doesn't have to tell you diddly squat.
Then you have to search up and down a long column of commands to find that "Insert Pages" just ain't there no more. But you can go to "Create" and make a brand, spanking new PDF from the scanner.
In the old days, you could go to the "Organize Pages" tool and just drag that little old file right into position. But in the new and improved Acrobat, you get to make a new file, save it to your computer, and then you have to import it, and then you have to put it where you want it, and then you have to resave the file you're adding it to, and then, by golly 19 mouse clicks and whole bunches of key strokes later, you have your one page added to a PDF in the new-fangled 2023 shiny version of Acrobat.
Yep, sonny, this here is what they mean by progress.
And back in the old days, all the important commands you'd use every day with Acrobat were just in a row across the top of the main window. You could find whatever you wanted and barely have to move the mouse to use them.
In the shiny new interface for 2023 there are commands to the left of us, commands to the right of us, commands down on the lower right of us, some on the lower left of us, bunches on the near left, more on the far left. Why the interface is just set up all nice and pretty for 2023, like my grandbaby when he's mixing the peas and carrots with the mashed potatoes and the apple sauce and smearing it all over the tray and making unga pahtchka.
Yep, this is the new Unga Patchka Acrobat Interface.
If Adobe had anyone working in UX, they would have a button on the new fangled interface that you could click and restore the usable interface from back in the old days in 2022.