New version numbering for Acrobat – part 1

The first Acrobat versions had the version numbers 1 to 9. Starting with version 10 Adobe had the brilliant idea to switch to roman numbers: Acrobat X and Acrobat XI. I was sure that this will not last long since at least with version XIV (=14) most users will not be able to follow any more.

But Adobe was faster than expected. Instead of Acrobat XII we now get Acrobat DC. Roman D means 500 and roman C stands for 100. Is the new version number of Acrobat therefore 600?

The answer will be published in a new blog post

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