Adobe Reader X User Manual PDFAdobe Reader X. The Adobe Reader is free software trusted standard for display, print and annotate PDF documents reliably. It is the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all types of PDF content, including forms and multimedia.

Detailed features of Adobe Reader X.

Fill Forms. Say goodbye to paper forms. Write your answers directly into the PDF form, or click and fill the form fields. Then, save and submit. Actually, that’s all.

Make comments with the program to write to PDF. Reader XI includes a complete toolset comments. You can add sticky notes, highlight text and use lines, shapes, stamps and tool typewriter anywhere in your PDF document.

Signature files with electronic signatures. No need to print the documents before signing them. With Reader XI, it is easy to add your electronic signature to PDF documents, as well as obtain the signatures of others.

Get more performance with online services. Clicking on Adobe Reader XI direct you to the Adobe online services where you can create PDF files, convert PDF files to Microsoft Office or create fillable PDF forms in minutes.

Open any PDF file. Opens and displays all types of content in PDF documents, including documents, drawings, email messages, spreadsheets and presentations.

Manages security compliance. Enjoy Kerberos support, OAP / WSDL, XSD, W3C XML digital signatures, 256-bit AES, OASIS WS-Security, XML encryption, HTTP / HTTPS, RSA and ECMAScript for XML (E4X) in the JavaScript interpreter . Reader supports battery NIST PKI test.

Facilitates implementation. Reader administered by implementing a wide range of IT resources, including Adobe Customization Wizard, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and Microsoft System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP), among others.

Open any PDF file. Opens and displays all types of content in PDF documents, including documents, drawings, email messages, spreadsheets and presentations.

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