Apple's preview is one of the best PDF printers which allows easy and convenient viewing and editing of PDF files and images. Apple's preview comes with the additional editing features which enable you to alter the size of the image, crop it and annotate it. It allows you to print PDF files immediately.
Select a folder to save the converted PDF files on your Mac and give the file a new name. Adobe Reader is the more accessible version of Adobe Acrobat.
Before installing, make sure that the version of Adobe Reader you wish to download meets the minimum system requirements on your Mac by clicking on About Reader from the Adobe Reader drop down tab. To download, find a webpage that serves as an application downloader, like Softonic, choose Adobe Reader from their downloads page, and then download.
Adobe Reader should appear on your desktop dock or your Applications folder when successfully installed. It is not necessarily an editing software, but a viewing software, which means that it is like a void space, waiting to open. If you double click on a. Adobe Reader is a free application. User Ratings 3. User Reviews Filter Reviews: All.
Additional Project Details Report inappropriate content. Oh no! Some styles failed to load. Thanks for helping keep SourceForge clean. Can someone please help me? Thanks so much! It took me forever to find where this app actually prints and saves the PDFs. Here is the location Same concept as CutePDF for windows. Would be good to have a save location but at least it works.
Use Acrobat again to "optimize" them. MadL 31 July I have also just searched for the filename of the printed documents and it cant be found. Set the printing options you prefer. Name the PDF file and select a location to save it to. It is important to note that when you print to this printer, it converts your document to an Adobe PDF file on Mac instead of printing sheets of paper.
You can do this through the following steps. When you see the confirmation message that the installation is complete, click Finish. When the file appears at the bottom of the browser, click the file.
To see if other users are experiencing similar download and installation problems, visit the Acrobat Reader user forum. Mr-K 30 April Like many other people here, I have been unable to update my software, on the 3 macs that I have with Snow Leopard "FAIL" but not just to the extent of the update, I am left with a box frozen on my screen about repairing setup for an Adobe Safari plugin I don't want I loved old Adobe products, Photoshop was my bread and butter - but now their hero product is left standing among a layer of Adobe detritus, I am counting the overpriced releases of Photoshop until it also falls.
Its, not the features, its not the ludicrous price, its the laziness and lack of care and attention to their products that leaves me always looking elsewhere. Frankeed 14 April Tried installing it twice. It stalled both times and I ended up killing the install process using force quit. Ironically, it claims to have updated itself -- at least according to the version numbers that appear on the startup screen.
The PDF browser plugin can cause issues in Safari PDFs displaying a black screen rather than contents , so I wouldn't recommend using it if you can avoid it. Donmontalvo 14 April Adobe Reader is nearly irrelevant, except for a few documents that have forms that require Adobe Reader. So we're forced to deploy to our client environments. What a horrible updater. Fails every time, on multiple systems, including one vanilla install of Snow Leopard Who's managing the development of these installers at Adobe?
Jimw 14 April Installer hangs on install unless you have previous installed the Safari Adobe Plug-In which I do not personally recommend that you do. This seems like a poorly tested update and I would therefore suggest ignoring it. Scifi 18 February This needs to be done whenever a Major Update is installed. Joedoelv 18 February What's wrong with this update? It's failing with message: ditto: can't get real path for source Looks like Adobe just forgot that there is possibility to use case-sensitive HFS.
Chrischram 17 February I dutifully downloaded this latest version. I once needed it to fill out tax forms, but that was years ago. So in the dumper it goes. If I need it again I'll know where to find it, but for now it's one less piece of bugware on my system. Hoot4wvu 17 February Donmontalvo 14 January On first launch, I get "Type your password to allow Adobe Reader to make changes.
What changes????!!!!! Geez, Adobe, can you guys get your heads out of the sand?!?!?!?! Ilgaz 13 January So, I we know Adobe Reader has very serious security issues lately, we trust to Adobe and we set Adobe updater "check for updates weekly" adding it to startup Guess what Adobe updater V6 says?
If some miracle happens and some high level suit from Adobe is reading this: Please fire entire Mac team or you will end up being like GM car company. Too big to dissolve but, something will happen and you will pay for your mistakes. Donmontalvo 12 January Who at the Adobe development group is responsible for this??? Rubaiyat 29 November Adobe is a bureaucratic shocker on this, with poorly named upgrades and lack of real documentation.