See what you can do. Experience Acrobat Pro DC.
Create PDFs from any file.Convert scans, images, web pages, and Microsoft Office files to PDFs you can work with.
Edit right inside your PDF.Recycle content without retyping. Add text, insert images, and update tables easily.
Access PDFs on the go.Pick up your work right where you left off on your computer, laptop, or mobile device.
What is included in this trial version of Acrobat Pro DC?
The trial version includes all desktop features of Acrobat Pro DC, plus Document Cloud services including the ability to fill, sign, and send forms from a tablet device; collect signatures from others; store and share files online; send and track documents online; and create and export PDFs from a browser or mobile device.
How do I download and install my trial version of Acrobat Pro DC?
After clicking "Get started" from this web page, you will be asked to sign in with your Adobe ID. If you don’t have an Adobe ID, you will be asked to create one by clicking “Get an Adobe ID”. Once you are signed in, follow the prompts to complete installation. Additional instructions are available here.
When does the trial period officially begin?
The trial period begins on the first day you launch the software and continues for 7 consecutive days. On the 8th day, payment will be collected unless you cancel prior. When the trial expires, you can still use Acrobat to view PDFs, comment and fill forms. To access all the features again, you will need to purchase Acrobat.
I have an older version of Acrobat installed on my computer. What will happen to it if I install the trial version of Acrobat Pro DC?
Installation of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC trial by default uninstalls any earlier version of Adobe Acrobat on Windows devices. If you choose to retain the existing Acrobat XI on your machine, you need to change the default by unchecking the “Remove earlier version” option in Acrobat downloader UI. If you have uninstalled the previous version, then you can reinstall it when you are finished with the trial. Make sure you have your original serial number and installation disks.
How do I convert my free trial to licensed software at the end of my trial period?
If you purchase a paid subscription, select "Activate" in the trial status window at the bottom-right side of the tools pane, and follow the prompts.
If you purchase a perpetual license (one-time purchase), you will be given a serial number for your new Acrobat Pro DC or Acrobat Standard DC software. Once you have it, you will need to download and install a different Acrobat file. Click here to download. If you have an Acrobat DVD, you can install it directly from the DVD.
Does it work for both Windows and Mac OS?
Yes, this trial is available for both Windows and Mac OS.
Can I get technical support or help during my 7-day trial period?
Can I continue to use Adobe Acrobat Reader during my Acrobat Pro trial period?
Acrobat Pro DC will be set as your default PDF viewer, but you can reset Reader as the default by opening Reader DC application and going to Edit > Preferences > General. Click on the Select As Default PDF Handler button and follow the on-screen instructions.
How do I uninstall my trial software?
Windows: To uninstall your trial version on a Windows device, close any open Adobe software on your computer, open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Programs and Features. Click on Acrobat Pro DC, and select “Uninstall” from the menu.
Mac OS: To remove the trial on a Mac, use the Acrobat Uninstaller in the /Applications/Adobe Acrobat Pro DC folder.
What is the difference between the Acrobat Pro DC desktop trial and the Acrobat DC desktop software that I can buy?
Your trial of Acrobat Pro DC desktop software receives the same updates that the subscription version of Acrobat Pro DC gets. If you purchase the desktop only version after your trial, it may not have all the updated features you were able to enjoy during your trial. To ensure all the same features of your trial, you can upgrade to Acrobat Pro DC with services which includes Acrobat Pro DC for your desktop with all the latest updates, the Acrobat Reader mobile app, plus online services.
- 1.5 GHz or faster processor
- Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (64 bit), 2008 R2 (64 bit), 2012 (64 bit), or 2012 R2 (64 bit); Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit), Windows 8 (32 bit and 64 bit), or Windows 10
- 1.5 GB of RAM
- 2.5 GB of available hard-disk space
- 1024x768 screen resolution
- Internet Explorer 11; Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR); or Chrome
- Video hardware acceleration (optional)
- Intel® processor
- Mac OS X v10.11, 10.12 or 10.13
- 1.0 GB of RAM
- 2.75 GB of available hard-disk space
- 1024x768 screen resolution
- Safari 9.0 for OS X 10.11, Safari 10.0 for OS X 10.12, Safari 11.0 for OS X 10.13 (browser plug-in for Safari is supported on 64-bit Intel processor only)
- These requirements apply to the Acrobat Pro DC subscription plan, and are in addition to the desktop requirements listed above
- Microsoft Windows 10 using Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Firefox, or Chrome
- Microsoft Windows 7 using Internet Explorer 11 or later, Firefox, or Chrome
- Mac OS X v10.12 (Sierra) or later using Safari 11 or later, Firefox, or Chrome
- iOS: Native browser based on the iOS release and Chrome
- Android: Native browser that ships with the OS and Chrome
* Available on Windows only.
Note: For Arabic and Hebrew, the application user interface is in English and Arabic/Hebrew right-to-left language support is enabled by default. A North African French (Français) version is also available with a French application user interface and Arabic/Hebrew right-to-left language support enabled by default.