Adobe Reader

Adobe Reader 5.0 Free

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9.3
This program received 12 awards

Screenshots

  • Content table
  • Document Properties menu
  • Welcome Screen

Editorial review

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Marcelo Viscarra Senior editor

Acrobat Reader 5.0 by Adobe Systems is a read-only tool that allows users to open, view, navigate and print PDF files (version 1.4 and prior) that are stored either in the local hard drive or directly in a web browser with the plug-in application for web.
Acrobat Reader 5.0 gives users the ability to find single words or text with an easy to use Find tool.
Furthermore, it is possible to magnify or reduce the document’s text and drawings to have a close view of the details or to view the overall document.
The schema showing the contents of the book, either with the help of bookmarks or thumbnails, also allows the users to quickly and easily find chapters, subtitles and sections of interest, and it is a one click step to go to the desired section.
With Acrobat Reader 5.0 users can work with PDF documents, taking advantages of online documents over printed versions. With numerous features and tools that make Acrobat Reader 5.0 a very powerful instrument, this program allows to better navigate through the entire document by providing such things as the ability to search for text, easy access to desired sections, copying portions of text and pictures (subject to the book permissions), etc.

Pros

  • Easy way to find desired words, sections, or chapters.
  • Adjustable to screen size.

Cons

  • Vulnerable to some not epidemic Trojan viruses.

Latest comments

  All comments (267)
  • 7
    Mohamed Ali Gorrab 2 months ago

    It's lighter than previous versions and works faster.

  • 16
    Guest 4 months ago

    It's supposed to be free according to business plan pro software program.

  • 3
    Guest 4 months ago

    Does anyone know why this is free? Adobe doesn't do anything cheap and I am concerned about this being genuine and legal before I use it at work. Anyone know?

    • 0
      Guest 23 days ago

      Reader has always been free. It's the full Adobe Acrobat version that you have to pay for. In fact, Reader is usually preinstalled on most PCs.


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