Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

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Software package that allows you to create interactive forms, edit and save existing PDFs, or run accessibility checks on PDFs. 


Who can access

  • Faculty and staff: Exclusive use by a single individual on one University-owned computer and one personally-owned computer or shared use on a single University-owned computer. 

  • Students: Available in some labs and on some University-owned, shared workstations.

How to request access

Individual licenses for non-Faculty/Staff employees

These licenses are tied to a specific OHIO ID and allow for installation on up to two computers, one of which can be personally owned. To request access, contact the IT Service Desk with the following information:

  • Software title

  • Operating system

  • OHIO ID of each individual who needs a license

Once we have processed your request, the IT Service Desk will email you with additional instructions. 

Device-based licenses for labs and shared workstations

These licenses are tied to a single, Active Directory-joined computer that can be used by multiple individuals, including students. To request access, contact the IT Service Desk with the following information:

  • Software title

  • Operating system

  • Quantity

  • Active Directory (AD) computer name of each device

Once we have processed your request, the installer will be available from the licensed computer's Software Center. 


  • Create forms

  • Annotate, edit, and save existing PDFs

  • Accessibility checker

Additional resources

Service support

Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center ( to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


Adobe's approach to accessibility provides detailed information about digital accessibility for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.​​​​

Ohio University strives to make its digital resources and services accessible to all visitors, including those with disabilities who may also be using assistive technology. If special steps are necessary in order to improve the accessibility of experiences for end-users, those steps must be taken. 
If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access OHIO websites, videos, online forums, documents, or other information technology, please let us know
For further information about OHIO's digital accessibility resources, see:


The Ohio University Information Security Office strives to educate and empower the University community to appropriately manage risks and protect OHIO’s information and systems. This effort is facilitated through policies, standards, and information security risk management program, as well as other tools and guidance that are provided to the University community. This modern approach creates a safe computing environment in which the University community can teach, learn, and conduct research. 

For additional information about OHIO’s security resources, see:

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