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Adobe Acrobat Professional

Description Adobe Acrobat Professional software enables business professionals to reliably create, combine, and control Adobe PDF documents for easy, more secure distribution, collaboration, and data collection.

Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat are two distinct products that seamlessly work together. Use Adobe Reader to view, search, digitally sign, verify, print, and collaborate on Adobe PDF files. Use Adobe Acrobat to initiate workflows and to create, combine, collaborate on, collect, and control information contained in Adobe PDF files.

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Acrobat Pro X is not on the AppCenter. To install the programs see instructions in "Where is it available?"
Eligibility Faculty/Staff and Student
Where is it available?

For office use:

Windows 7 - copy this path, \\bu-shares\bu-software\adobe, click on your start button and paste into the search programs and files box. Right click on the Acrobat11 batch file and choose "Run as Administrator" to start the install.

Windows XP - copy this path, \\bu-shares\bu-software\adobe, click on your start button then click on the run and paste into the open box. Double click on the Acrobat11 batch file to start the install.

Mac - follow instruction to connect to the OS X Software Server. Open the Adobe folder double click on the AcrobatXI.dmg installer.

For home use:

For a nominal fee, you may purchase a one year license from the bookstore. For more information and instructions to install at home Click here

Available for a discounted price at the Baylor Bookstore. Contact the bookstore for a current price list at 254-710-2161. Click here for more information.



Acrobat XI Pro

Acrobat XI Pro

ITS Training Small

Faculty/Staff - ITS training seminars provided. Please see our seminar online registration website for available times.


Level A - Baylor Standard

During normal business hours, the Help Desk is available to respond immediately to questions

on the currently supported version of software. If the Help Desk is unable to answer the question,

a Heat ticket will be recorded and sent to the second-tier reponse team. Software at this level is

supported by serveral individuals responsible and every attempt will be made to respond to

the ticket in a timely fashion.