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New Acrobat DC: myth vs fact

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3 myths about Acrobat DC. Get the facts
  Everyone is talking about Acrobat Pro DC. And while there’s been a lot of excitement about all of the amazing new features, there are a few misconceptions. We’d like to clear those up below.  
     
  MYTH: Acrobat Pro DC runs in “the cloud” in your browser.  
  FACT: Acrobat DC software runs on your desktop, just like it always has. You can also perform essential PDF tasks — like creating, exporting and signing PDFs — from a web browser or mobile device.  
  MYTH: You always have to be online to use Acrobat Pro DC.  
  FACT: The first time you open Acrobat Pro DC desktop software, you’ll need an Internet connection for activation. After that, you’ll be able to work offline with ease. If you purchase a subscription, you’ll be asked to log in periodically to verify your credentials. Also, two new Acrobat tools — Send for Signature and Send & Track — require an online connection.  
  MYTH: Acrobat Pro DC is available only as a subscription.  
  FACT: You can buy Acrobat Pro DC through an annual or month-to-month subscription plan,* but you can also buy Acrobat Pro DC as a one-time desktop software purchase. Also available in Standard edition.  
  Check out more facts about new Acrobat Pro DC — and see why it’s our best version yet.  
   
     
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