Adobe Acrobat is a content creation program that allows you to create PDF documents on your computer. As of the time of publication, Acrobat 7 Standard is no longer the current version of the program, but you may have purchased it because it costs less than the current version and because it has all of the features that you require. Install Adobe Acrobat 7 on your computer to begin creating a document that you can print or distribute on the Internet.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Adobe Acrobat 7 installation disc
Insert the Adobe Acrobat 7 installation disc into your optical drive and wait for the set-up utility to load. After a moment, the Adobe Acrobat logo appears on the screen. Click "Next" twice.
Select your preferred language from the list, then click "Next."
Read the Adobe software license agreement, then click "Accept" to accept the terms and continue installing Acrobat 7.
Click the "Serial Number" field at the bottom of the window and type the 24-digit serial number included with the Acrobat 7 product packaging. Click "Next."
Click the "Cache the installer files" check box if you are willing to devote approximately 300 MB of hard drive space to storing the installation data for Acrobat 7. If you do not select this option, you may need to insert the Acrobat 7 installer disc when making changes to the program in the future. Click "Next" twice.
Click the "Typical" button to install the most commonly used components of Acrobat 7, then click "Next" twice.
Click the "Install" button to install Acrobat 7 on your computer using the settings that you have selected.
Click the "Activate" button to activate Acrobat 7 over the Internet, or click "Cancel" to activate later. You have 30 days after installation to activate the program.
Click the "Finish" button, then double-click the desktop shortcut to run Adobe Acrobat 7.
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