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Rebecca Staley

Rebecca Staley is part of the Acrobat marketing team, a post she proudly holds from Boston, MA. You can find her on the Acrobat and Document Services blog, and in other places where Acrobat.com users may need to find news and information on the product. She's an opera fanatic, an outdoor enthusiast, and lives with her dog Charlie.

What’s New in Acrobat DC: May 2016 Release

The May 2016 release for Acrobat DC is here! We’ve included many new features in this release to help your workday go a little more smoothly.

January 2016: New Year, New Acrobat DC Updates!

It’s not so bad being back at work when you can use Acrobat DC. Check out these new enhancements to make all our lives a little easier.

Acrobat DC, Now on Windows 10

Acrobat DC on the brand-new Windows 10 OS. Tested and true.

Goodbye, FormsCentral

We would like to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who supported this service over the past three years.

Announcing Support for Microsoft App-V

The July release of Acrobat DC now supports deployment through Microsoft App-V. Find out how virtualization can lower TCO and increase security.

FormsCentral Goes into Read-Only Mode June 23, 2015

Adobe FormsCentral will move into read-only mode starting June 23, 2015. Learn more about this important transition and what you need to do.

New Tutorials for Acrobat DC

Learn all about Adobe Acrobat DC and Adobe Document Cloud services with our library of tutorials, projects and articles. Whether you’re new to Acrobat or new to the Document Cloud, there is something for everyone.

Acrobat and Reader support ending for Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7

Coming in May: support will end for Acrobat and Reader on Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7.