Reader 9 For Mac

Adobe’s Web site may default to Reader 8.1.2 — simply click on the “Different language or operating system?” link and select Mac OS X 10.4.11 - 10.5.3 to download Adobe Reader 9. Adobe Reader For Mac – Overall Best Free PDF Reader. What could be the more efficient software.

ABBYY FineReader Sprint is a one-click OCR and conversion utility that instantly turns your paper documents into various electronic formats, including Microsoft® Word, Excel® and searchable PDF. FineReader Sprint accurately reads documents in up to 179 languages and precisely preserves original document’s layout and formatting. This easy-to-use OCR tool reduces the need of retyping and paper storage.

Adobe Reader 9 For Mac

FineReader Sprint is designed for basic OCR tasks. If you are looking for a professional OCR solution with advanced functionality, including PDF conversion, 2nd generation of ABBYY ADRT®, integration with the latest Microsoft Office, WYSIWYG text editor, spell checker and task automation, then new ABBYY FineReader 14 will be the best choice for you.

Key Features

  • Convert paper document into popular formats
  • Superior recognition accuracy & layout retention
  • One-click smart conversion for easy access
  • Integration with Microsoft Office applications

What is OCR?

  • What exactly is meant by OCR?
  • What Technology lies behind OCR?
  • What Principles is FineReader OCR Based On?
  • Recognition of Digital Camera Images
  • How to use OCR Software?

For Mac users

ABBYY FineReader Sprint 8.0 Mac Edition significantly expands functional opportunities of Macintosh users. It recognizes documents written in 171 languages and is a convenient OCR solution for instant processing of different documents.

Pick a software downgrade to the version you love!

Acrobat Reader 9.4.0 Change Log

Bug fixes

  • 2699781: 9.3.4 introduced a bug that caused inter-document links to fail. When a link in a PDF pointed to a non-PDF format file such as .doc, .xls, etc., the target document did not open and an error appears: Error dialog- 'Windows cannot find xxx. Make sure you typed the name correctly and then try again.
  • 2680208: Acrobat crashes when form data is being served via a PHP application.
  • 2663474: Adding text to a form field that spans two pages and scrolling to the top of the document cause Reader 9.3.3 to crash in Vista 32 bit systems.
  • 2645653: References may not be displayed in a 3D CV5 file.
  • 2630642: Paging through a PDF document sometimes causes an 'invalid annotation object' error.
  • 2630486: Large forms with many signatures sometimes result in long signature validation times.
  • 2598943: Commenting review checkmarks sometimes disappear when you open same PDF in Reader or Acrobat even if you use the same Login name.
  • 2579400: For non-post script printing on Windows, Reader sometimes prints garbled output from Adobe Central Pro 5.6 when a file is streamed to the web browser.
  • 2569503: For shared reviews using a basic secured WebDav server, new login credentials are not saved and sent by the application to the server if the user already had an existing username and password.
  • 2557035: XFA forms viewed in IE 7 sometimes cause a PDF viewer plugin crash.
  • 2421120: When printing from Reader 9.1.3, the output is occasionally garbled or blocks of text have characters replaced by their subsequent letter; for example, S becomes T, etc.
  • 2630618: The PDF viewing application crashes when deleting pages by deleting thumbnails from the thumbnails view for large documents.
  • 2596701: (Fixed in 9.4) Reader polls the registry too often in Terminal Server environment.
  • 2671663: (Fixed in 9.4, not an issue for 8.x) Reader MUI installation modifies Internet Explorer registry key permissions in a way which interferes with other applications that need to interact with Web events.

Acrobat Reader 9.4.0 Screenshots

Acrobat Reader 9 Builds

Acrobat Reader Comments

Adobe Reader 9 For Mac Os X Download

Reader 9 For Mac
Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by comments powered by Disqus