One of my many bugbears compiled from several decades of use is a glitch in edit mode where one can still position a graphics object like a background box or text while also drawing the object. This is usually referred to as "breaking the drawing session". However, my experience with the "Free" download of Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Pro created a new kind of bug where Acrobat would not allow me to break the "drawing session" and would not allow me to exit edit mode when I closed the "drawing session".
Perhaps motivated by the "Free" download glitch, I went to Adobe and basically bought a scanner with a USB cable hoping Acrobat Pro 2017 would install on my system cleanly that would undo any system interference from DC.
The good news is, I now have a clean system and can return to using Acrobat Pro 2017. The bad news is, I have yet to install the software. No doubt, some official Acrobat Team employee is trying to thwart the first order of business that should be for anyone to install Adobe Acrobat Pro 2017: Install ACR on your system. I merely have a very vague sense that the problems could be caused by using the "Dell", a laptop from my old company that I have power over. I have yet to see if that is true or not because the laptop is still here. It is safe under my desk.
After a great deal of thought I didn't renew the subscription, not for hesitation, not for what has happened in the past. I spoke with one of the admins at university that works in the library (he'll tell you all about it) and he told me, with a sense of genuine assurance, that what had happened was just a one-time thing and that Adobe would not be releasing a µ-version without the previous versions of Acrobat being owned by ACRADOBE . Thus, I go with my gut, not with the "common wisdom", and allow myself to believe that Acrobat will not be "blessed with the quality of life of an annual subscription without having to pay a fee.
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