|Language:||Multi-language||Version:||Adobe Acrobat Standard 2017|
|Windows RAM:||1 GB||Windows Hard Drive:||≥ 2.5 GB|
|Mac OS RAM:||1 GB||Mac OS Hard Drive:||≥ 2.75 GB|
|Applicable To:||Windows And Mac OS||Status:||In Stock|
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Multi-language, Original Key Code Sticker of Adobe Acrobat Standard 2017, Suit Windows and Mac OS
Adobe Acrobat came to being in 1993 and had to compete with other products and proprietary formats that aimed to create digital documents:
Common Ground from No Hands Software Inc.
Envoy from WordPerfect Corporation
Folio Views from NextPage
Replica from Farallon Computing
WorldView from Interleaf
DjVu from AT&T Laboratories
Adobe allows third parties to develop Acrobat plug-ins, which can add extra functions to the Acrobat program.
Old logos of Acrobat apps and services
Adobe has renamed the Acrobat products several times, in addition to merging, splitting and discontinuing them. Initially, the offered products were called Acrobat Reader, Acrobat Exchange and Acrobat Distiller. "Acrobat Exchange" soon became "Acrobat". Over time, "Acrobat Reader" became "Reader". Between versions 3 and 5, Acrobat did not have several editions.[clarification needed] In 1999, the Acrobat.com service came to being and introduced several web services whose names started with "Acrobat", but eventually, "Acrobat.com" was downgraded from the name of the family of services, to that of one those service.
By 1 April 2015, the Acrobat family consisted of:
Acrobat XI Pro (for Windows and macOS)
Acrobat XI Standard (for Windows only)
Reader XI (for Windows, macOS, Android and iOS)
FormsCentral (web service with desktop client)
EchoSign (web service)
Acrobat.com (web service)
PDF Pack (web service)
Send (web service)
Unlike most other Adobe products, such as members of Adobe Creative Suite family, the Acrobat products do not have icons that display two letters on a colored rectangle.