Adobe Acrobat X Pro is a superior product to Acrobat X Standard and Reader X, so it includes all their features and adds a bit more. The application provides a wide range of operation options, from creating XML-based forms to commercial print with colour separation.
A revised Tools task panel allows to navigate among numerous available functions easier than you could do it in earlier versions.
Adobe Acrobat X Pro features seven preset actions to help users cope with their workflows flawlessly. For example, you can use presets for archiving paper documents or preparing for web distribution. Existing actions are easy-to-edit to customize typical workflow procedures.
Another Acrobat X Pro’s interesting feature is unlocking free Reader X functions to enable your counterparts to get more benefits from PDF documents you have created with Acrobat X Pro. For example, a free Reader X user will be able not only to view your document, but also digitally sign it or fill a form.
Acrobat X Pro allows adding maps or 3D to PDF documents. Also, the documents can include audio, video or some interactive content. This feature can really bring traditionally static documents to life.
This version enhances a concept of PDF Portfolio already presented in the version IX. An onscreen wizard will help you choose among five layouts and then select several files you want to work with (not only PDF). Then, you can edit the files in the portfolio uniformly, apply themes, adjust backgrounds and gradients etc.
Additionally, Acrobat X Pro allows adding web capabilities to your portfolios. Web content can be added in the forms of URLs or embed tags (which is handy for YouTube-hosted videos). Then, you can preview the content within the portfolio itself or using a browser.
With all those traditional and new features, Acrobat X Pro provides enough reasons for most businesses and studios to upgrade or buy it.