Important Update: Discontinuation Of Sale Of Acrobat Perpetual Licenses Through TLP And CLP.

After careful consideration, Adobe have decided to discontinue the sale of Acrobat perpetual licenses, Acrobat Pro 2020 and Acrobat Standard 2020, in the TLP and CLP Buying Programs. Adobe will continue to offer subscription versions of the product in the Adobe VIP, VIP Marketplace, LGA, and ETLA Buying Programs.

The last date for placing orders for Acrobat perpetual license products in TLP and CLP will be 15thJuly 2024. Please note that Acrobat 2020 will reach End of Support in June 2025.

If you have any questions or concerns, please refer to the following FAQ document or contact your Bechtle Account Manager. 


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WEBINAR: Are you ready for the changes coming to Adobe VIP?

By mid-2024, Adobe will no longer support new VIP contract creation or new offers for the commercial segment of the VIP Buying Program. By January 2025, Adobe will retire the VIP Buying Program for the commercial market segment.

The Adobe VIP Marketplace Buying Program is the next evolution, allowing for a more simple, automated and efficient customer experience. Join us on the 13th of May for the rundown on the changes coming to Adobe VIP and what this means for your business.

Register here.

What’s new in Acrobat? - Request e-signature after adding text. 

You can now request e-signatures after adding text or using any fill-and-sign tool. Once you select any tool in the fill or sign tools group, you'll see a prompt to Request e-signatures. Selecting Request e-signatures will open the Request Signatures dialog box to help you prepare your document to share for e-signatures.

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What’s new in Acrobat? - Invite others to sign using quick tools.

You can now invite others to sign your document using the quick tools in Acrobat.

To invite others to sign, Select  Symbol  > Invite others to sign


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Once you select Invite others to sign, the request e-signature dialog box opens, and you can prepare your document to share for e-signing.


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What’s new in Acrobat? - Improved and intuitive comments pane

With this release, Acrobat brings intuitive graphics in the right comments pane to seamlessly guide you through the review workflow.

When accessing your personal file, the comment pane will feature a graphic prompting you to invite others for collaborative input and review. Conversely, when opening a shared file not owned by you, a graphic will encourage you to contribute comments visible to all users.

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