Updating adobe acrobat 6
The Acrobat Reader program (now just called Adobe Reader) is available as a no-charge download from Adobe's web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files.
It is a major component of the Adobe Engagement Platform, and is widely used as a standard format to display text with a clean visual appeal.
To say I was expecting a hours of frustration would be an understatement.
But to my delight, the process took less than an hour and went without any major hitches.
The first step is to remove all older versions of Adobe Acrobat reader For Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 & 5.1 use the Windows Ad/Remove programs feature.
After a lot of trepidation based on my horrible experience last July trying to upgrade my old laptop’s copy of Acrobat 6 Professional to Acrobat 9 Professional, I bit the bullet on a recent holiday Monday and decided to upgrade my main PC to Acrobat 9 Professional.
FILL AND SIGN FORMS• Quickly fill out PDF forms by typing text into fields.• Use your finger or Apple Pencil to e-sign any PDF document.
Before installing this patch, be sure to update Acrobat 6 (full version) to 6.0.5 - all Acrobat updates are listed here.
According to Adobe, this patch addresses 'a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in versions 6.0.5 and earlier of Adobe Reader and Acrobat that could allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary Java Script into a browser session.' The version number of Acrobat can be found in the Help-About menu.
And the minor ones that did occur were *my* issues not Adobe’s.
Before installing this patch, be sure to update Acrobat to 6.0.1 (followed by 6.0.3) - all Acrobat updates are listed here.