New Acrobat DC October Update introduces Tabbed Interface and More
Earlier this week, we shipped the Adobe Acrobat DC 2015 (October release). This new release includes some really nice new features.
Below is a run-down on just a few of the features, but you can click here for a complete list.
I love this new feature! Acrobat now groups your documents into tabs like your web browser:
If you don’t like the tabbed view, you can turn it off in Preferences (CTRL/CMD-K):
Better Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes work more smoothly than in previous versions and they look a bit nicer.
It’s easier now to reply to the comment in a Sticky note. Previously, you had to go to the fly-out menu of the Sticky Note to reply.
Nice Combine Files
The Combine Files option has been updated with a nicer user interface. It’s easier now to expand or collapse the pages in a file and to delete the pages you don’t want to combine.
Just select the file and the controls appear on top of it.
PDF Editing Improvements
Acrobat DC introduced really robust PDF editing enhancements and we’ve added more in the October Release.
In the October 2015 release, you can now select different bullet types and even convert bullet lists to numbered lists and vice-versa.