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    Acrobat has always been buggy, but at least the interface was familiar from one version to the next. Not anymore! Acrobat DC is a major step away from the old interface. Why do engineers always have to change things in a way that trashes a workflow that has been used for over a decade?

    It may appear more "Modern", but I really do not like having to learn where all the tools are all over again!

    One more reason to dump Adobe asap!

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    Re: Acrobat DC

    I so agree! DC is such an ugly and non intuitive GUI I rolled back to the last version.


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