Michel Phillips

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    Michel Phillips commented  · 

    I switched from Acrobat XI Pro to Acrobat DC a few months ago. I agree with the other commenters. Too many menus and sub-menus and sub-sub-menus. Too many steps to do what you want to do. Especially OCR, which I need to do often.

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    Michel Phillips commented  · 

    I agree. I have a fast, new-ish CPU and plenty of RAM, but I can't OCR more than about 108 pages without Acrobat DC crashing. For a 1500 page document (which I routinely deal with), this means I have to run OCR manually 14 or 15 times. On Acrobat Pro XI I would start the OCR process when I was leaving for the day, and when I came back in the morning my entire document would be OCR'd.

    New products are supposed to be BETTER. Not WORSE.

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    Michel Phillips commented  · 

    Yes! The Tools pane takes up too much real estate. Please allow a default option that does without it. A toggle key, similar to the F9 that toggles the file menu, would be most useful.

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