Adobe Acrobat Reader DC


Description of App: 

Do more with the leading PDF viewer.
More powerful than other PDF software, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is the free, trusted standard for viewing, printing and annotating PDFs. And now, it’s connected to Adobe Document Cloud — so it’s easier than ever to work with PDFs on computers and mobile devices.

View and annotate PDF files.
With Acrobat Reader DC, you can do even more than open and view PDF files. It’s easy to add annotations to documents using a complete set of commenting tools.
Open once, read anywhere.
Say hello to easy file access.
Acrobat Reader DC is connected to Adobe Document Cloud so you can work with your PDFs anywhere. You can even access and store files in Box, Dropbox, or Microsoft OneDrive.
Convert PDFs to Word.
Additional PDF services are just a click away. Inside Reader, you can subscribe to activate additional capabilities to create PDF files and export them to Word or Excel.
Fill, sign and send PDF forms.
Say goodbye to paper forms. Instead, type responses on your PDF form. Add your e-signature. Submit the form electronically. And save a copy for your records.
Manage software rollouts and standards compliance.
Use Adobe and Microsoft tools to manage and deploy updates. Get support for a wide range of document security standards. Extend Reader functionality using the free Acrobat SDK.
Pick and choose additional services to do even more with Reader.
Customize your Reader to fit your needs. By adding on additional services, you only pay for what you want your Acrobat Reader to do, and nothing more.
Adobe Export PDF
Adobe Export PDF
Convert an unlimited number of PDFs to Word or Excel online.



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Accessibility Comments: 

Every tool bar, menu element, and appropriately tagged section of a PDF is completely accessible with Voice Over. I had no problem navigating the menu bars, tool bars, different editing options, signature areas, PDF documents, and every other aspect of the Adobe Acrobat DC app while completing some IRS related forms. Some might be caught off guard with VO J not taking you to the PDF form, forcing one to know that you interact with the form where VO reads the location of the file while navigating around on the main screen. Its still advisable to navigate into the Preferences and Edit menu and check Screen Reader in the accessibility options.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments: 

Finally Adobe Acrobat is accessible for VO users.

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