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    Karin commented  · 

    This is critical to forms developers, and anyone who uses Pro to make documents for others to use with Reader. It's also critical to trainers who need to demonstrate the differences between Reader and Pro, which is impossible to do with 3rd party apps (Foxit etc.) so we resort to using screenshots (boo) -- now impossible to make ourselves because if we have Pro, we don't have Reader. I have resorted to using a different computer (on which is installed Reader only) to create movies or screen captures.

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    Karin commented  · 

    I, like others on this thread, need to use Acrobat Reader for training, testing, and demonstrations. I use Acrobat Pro every day, but without being able to use Reader separately, I cannot be certain that the solutions I've developed (e.g., forms) will work as expected. I also cannot demonstrate to my students and clients the differences between these two products. Adobe, please support your users and how they are using your products. It's bad enough that your products need to be purchased via subscription, which is very expensive (worse in Canada because it's 35% more up here due to the strength of the Canadian dollar), but to take away a functionality that professionals have relied on for years is short-sighted. I'm appalled, really. I'm currently checking out alternatives (FoxIt) to recommend to my small business clients as alternatives because Adobe doesn't seem to be listening to its professional customers.

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    Under review  ·  mrraj@adobe.com responded

    Thanks for raising your concern.

    We noted down this issue in our database, will keep you posted.

    Thanks,

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    Karin commented  · 

    I have the latest version of Acrobat DC and I cannot drag files into a folder within a Portfolio. What's up with that? I keep getting an error that the "file is not found".???