by Matt May

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April 7, 2015

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As promised, Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC were released today. If you’re an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, you will find Acrobat Pro DC among the apps available to install.

If you’re interested in accessibility documentation on the DC releases, we’ve got you covered. The Adobe Acrobat accessibility site has loads of new documentation on Acrobat DC, including a step-by-step guide on adding accessibility support to PDF documents, and new VPAT documents. We’re also updating our guide to Acrobat Reader for users of screen readers, including information on our new support for VoiceOver, and will let you know when that is available.

We would like to pass along one note of caution: Acrobat DC will replace your installed copy of Acrobat XI. If you need to revert to the older version for any reason, you can uninstall Acrobat DC, then reinstall Acrobat XI by going to the Acrobat downloads page. Creative Cloud subscribers will still be able to activate the Acrobat XI installer by logging into their account.