Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional Windows PC 10 CLIENTS XP SP2 Server 2008 90084946 For Sale

Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional Windows PC 10 CLIENTS XP SP2 Server 2008 90084946


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Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional Windows PC 10 CLIENTS XP SP2 Server 2008 90084946:
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This is an open, but unused package of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional for Windows.It is the full retail version - 10 client licenses included w/ key #.Note: this is an older version of Adobe Acrobat made for older OS (pre Win 7) so it will work with Windows Vista, 2000, Me, XP, Server 2003/2008.Can be installed onto up to 10 machines.Will not upgrade due to volume licensing.Requires Internet connection to activate !
Perfect for the legacy PC user who wants to create PDF documents, convert documents to PDF and edit them.
This is a $499 program x 10 licenses = $4,999 value.
Description:Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional software enables business professionals to reliably create, combine, and control Adobe PDF documents for easy, secure distribution, collaboration, and data collection. It helps you to easily create a wide range of electronic forms for distribution through e-mail or on the web. Save Adobe PDF files as Microsoft Word documents, retaining the layout, fonts, formatting, and tables, to facilitate reuse of content. Design dynamic, interactive forms to collect and aggregate data through email or on the web with Adobe LiveCycle Designer software. Send documents for review and track which reviewers have contributed response. Compile comments into a single PDF document with one-button ease and sort them by author, date, or page. Protect sensitive information with passwords, permissions, and digital signatures. It permanently removes metadata, hidden layers, and other concealed information.Some of theProduct Features are:
  • Enable anyone using free Adobe Reader software (version 7.0 or 8) to participate in document reviews, fill and save electronic forms offline, and digitally sign documents.
  • Combine documents, drawings, and rich media content into a single, polished Adobe PDF document. Optimize file size and arrange files in any order regardless of file type, dimensions, or orientation.
  • Send documents for review and track which reviewers have contributed response. Compile comments into a single PDF document with one-button ease and sort them by author, date, or page.
  • Create Adobe PDF documents with one-button ease from Microsoft Office applications. Windows users can also create Adobe PDF documents from Outlook, Internet Explorer, Project, Visio, Access, Publisher, AutoCAD, and Lotus Notes.
  • Combine multiple files as PDF documents in a searchable, sortable PDF package that maintains the individual security settings and digital signatures of each included PDF document.
Minimum System Requirements:
  • Intel Pentium III processor or equivalent
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or Windows XP Professional, Home Edition, or Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
  • 256MB of RAM (512MB recommended)
  • 860MB of available hard-disk space; cache for optional installation files (recommended) requires an additional 460MB of available hard-disk space
  • 1,024 x 768 screen resolution
  • CD-ROM or DVD drive
  • Internet or phone connection required for product activation
Please ask any questions before purchasing.I will not accept any returns, refunds or exchanges because this is a software package, which can be installed and copied.Read thru the system requirements as I am not responsible for your system hardware faults.This does NOT work on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, or newer server versions!
Ships US Postal free in the USA.International shipping via Airmail.
See my other sale for the Mac version......
No returns on this item as this is a software item.Before offerding, buyer to check your system hardware first to ensure compatibility.No returns due to buyer not checking system compatibility.
from Wikipedia:8.0November 2006[4]* Support for PDF version 1.7


A later update 8.1 on June 2007 was released in order to be compatible withMicrosoft Office 2007, Windows Vista, and64-bitWindows operating systems.[5]Also during September 2007, Adobe Reader 8.1.1 released for Linux and Solaris (SPARC) users.

The Adobe Acrobat 8 set had a few changes. Acrobat 3D was now able to produce embeddedPRCfile format, a very compressed format for geometry and graphics which requires Reader 8.1 to display. It also supportedProduct Manufacturing Informationand many different CAD formats.

Acrobat Connect Professional (formerly Macromedia Breeze) was also added to the set. It allowed scalable interactive web conferencing and multiple personal meeting rooms for everyone part of an enterprise.


8.x product support ended in November 2011.[6]


From TechWorld:

Adobe Acrobat Pro 8.0 is a set of tools for viewing, editing, printing and otherwise manipulating PDF files. First released in November 2006, it's now a little old....

Be aware, though, the program was originally written for use on Windows 2000 and XP, and trying to run it on a modern PC may result in all kinds of issues. We managed to set it up on a Windows 7 x64 system regardless, but you may not be so lucky, and installation is only the first potential problem area. Don't download the program unless you're willing to spend plenty of time trying to get it working.

If you're happy with this, then first download the APRO23_Win_ESD1_WWEFG.exe executable. It's a chunky 478MB in size, so choose a computer with a fast internet connection.

The installer should run correctly on Windows 2000/ XP. If you're using anything later, though, you'll need to give it a little help. On our Windows 7 x64 PC, we right-clicked the file, selected Properties > Compatibility, checked "Run this program in compatibility mode" and selected "Windows XP (Service Pack 2)".

We then launched the executable, and watched as it extracted its files. If the program crashes at the end of this process, though, you might want to try another compatibility mode option, or just run it as an administrator.

Once the files are ready, setup launches. Choose your language, and click Next.

Choose your "Default application for viewing PDF". Acrobat 8 Pro will set itself as the default viewer here, but because it's so old, that's almost certainly not a good idea. If it also offers "Adobe Reader 11" (or anything else, in fact), choose that and click Next.

You'll be asked for your registration details. Enter your name and (optionally) company, and use the serial number 1118-1414-1955-8737-8172-0350 . Click Next > Next.

The Setup Type screen then offers you option of running a Typical, Complete or Custom installation. We'd recommend you select Custom, to be absolutely sure what's happening. Click Next > Next and choose your required components, then clickNext > Install to install them.

If you're installing Acrobat on an x64 system then you may see an error complaining that "the file 'AdobePDF.dll' on Windows Vista CS-ROM is needed". Click "Browse" and you'll find it's not in the current folder. Go up a folder to AdobePDF, double-click AMD64, chooseAdobePDF.dll, click Open > OK, and setup should now proceed to completion.

Click Finish, accepting the launch option, and Adobe Acrobat Pro 8.0 will launch. There's no particular benefit in registering (the program is unsupported now), so click "Don't remind me" on the registration screen and beginexploring everything Adobe Acrobat Pro 8.0 has to offer.



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