Thanks Lynda, I'll be sure to check that if we decide to go the Adobe
On 4/10/14 8:31 AM, Lynda Howell wrote:
> The last time we bought Adobe Acrobat, the Bookstore only had the
> Student and Teacher Edition, which is for home use only. The license
> agreement you have to accept in order to install it specifically says
> it's for "your privately owned computer" and you have to agree not to
> install it on an institution-owned computer. Since we'd bought it for
> departmental use, we had to take it back and buy the regular version
> (I think Staples was cheapest at that point).
> I've forgotten how this thread started, so this may not be relevant to
> you, but it turned out to be a problem for us.
> On 4/9/2014 3:30 PM, Tim Raymond wrote:
>> Thanks Hope, if Foxit doesn't work out I'll dig a little deeper for the
>> better price.
>> On 4/9/14 3:21 PM, Hope Greenberg wrote:
>>> On 4/9/14, 2:55 PM, Tim Raymond wrote:
>>>> We checked the Bookstore again and a copy of Acrobat Pro is now $160.
>>>> We looked around and decided to give Foxit PhantomPDF a try. Foxit
>>>> PhantomPDF Standard is a bit over $75.
>>> Now I'm confused. The question of price came up again from someone
>>> else so I stopped at the Bookstore yesterday to check it out. The
>>> upstairs folks sent me down to the Depot (computer sales/support
>>> section of the bookstore) and they had the standalone version priced
>>> at $119. That's not as cheap as Foxit but not as bad as $160.
>>> - Hope
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