Adobe Reader 10.1.2

Adobe Reader is the global standard for reliably viewing, printing, and commenting on PDF documents. It's the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all types of PDF content, including forms and multimedia.

Use Adobe Reader to view, search, digitally sign, verify, print, and collaborate on Adobe PDF files.

  • View, print, and search PDF files, including PDF Portfolios and PDF maps
  • Author, store, and share documents, and share your screen, using Acrobat.com services
  • Experience richer content and greater interactivity with native support for Adobe Flash technology
  • Review documents using familiar commenting tools such as sticky notes, highlighting, lines, shapes, and stamps (When enabled by Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Pro Extended)
  • Digitally sign PDF documents (When enabled by Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Pro Extended)

Changelog:

  • On printing a PDF file to a PCL printer via Acrobat or Reader, the italic output in the printout is not correct.
  • Mouseover events in interactive PDF form fields do not work properly (Applicable only to Acrobat/Reader 10.1.1).
  • 3D PDFs may crash when viewed in VMWare.
  • Policy protected file keeps incrementing *.DAT file in ...\Acrobat\10.0\Security and results in Reader X crashing when closing the file.
  • When converting a webpage having a scrollable inline frame only the visible content is converted and content seen on scrolling down is dropped.
  • Plug-in takes long time to load in the browser when rendering dynamic form on Windows XP.
  • Form submission performance is slow with ZCI on Reader 10.1.
  • Product view generated in Catia hides some elements when converted to prw/pdf.
  • Repeatedly opening and closing PDFs in one browser session may cause a freeze or crash.
  • Custom-encoded font glyphs truncated in Acrobat 10 on Windows.
  • Form goes into unresponsive state when signing form.

Download: Adobe Reader 10.1.2 | 51.2 MB (Freeware)
View: Adobe Reader Website

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