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    3 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » Commenting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Pat commented  · 

    When using Adobe Pro DC, in order to use the straight line (strike out) , I would have to click on it each time. Since Adobe DC uses only a one tier task bar, the straight line was on a drop down menu, I would have to go to the drop down menu before I could bring up the straight line. I was having to perform two functions just to use the straight line one time. In my business, time is money. The only way I could use anything to mark the items without clicking on it every time, was to put the drawing tool in a custom task bar. I would still have to click on the custom task bar on each page and the drawing tool looks very unprofessional. I am a steel estimator and I use completed Adobe drawings to do my estimating. The straight line serves as a marker for the items as I count or put them in my program. Although I enjoy some of the other tools in DC better than Adobe Pro 9, without the convenience of multi tiered task bars and continuous use of a marking tool, I have removed Adobe DC and reinstalled Adobe 9.

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