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    Amy Routson supported this idea  · 
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    Amy Routson commented  · 

    Thank goodness there's an option to "Disable new Acrobat" because the new interface is the worst "upgrade" I've ever seen!!! The employees (and management) who thought this was a good idea should be demoted at best. (Personally, I would clean house!)

    The new set-up is incredibly inconvenient. Not only is it difficult to find the tools we're used to, but we can't even delete the tools we don't want/don't use from the toolbar!! And if there's a way to organize the tools, I have yet to discover it.

    Some tools seem to have been eliminated entirely, such as the little camera/snapshot tool that used to live in the upper left corner. Thankfully I know the keyboard "shortcut" to be able to do it because I use that feature all the time.

    It also appears as though the Editing PDFs capabilities have either changed beyond recognition or been eliminated.

    No one has time to research where to find things or to completely relearn a program that wasn't broken. I agree with the person who said these things should be tested with real live users before being launched! I can't imagine anyone who works in this environment on a daily basis would be pleased with any of the changes. (If you're out there...please, by all means, enlighten me!! I'm dying to know what you think is good about the changes.)

    I've switched back to the old interface and am beyond happy to be there!!