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"Changes from Reader 9 create huge new hassle"
Adds the ability to add notes to your document
Huge new hassle in saving files from with in the reader
Slow to open
I frequently archive a batch of pdf files I've scanned to my email by opening them, then clicking the "save" button, which would bring up the "save as" window, and I could save them to the folder of my desire. This used to be a snap, but no longer. The "save" button has lost it's "save as" functionality and now is grayed out, unless I edit the document (extra unnecessary steps). The alternative is to add two extra steps by clicking "file", "save as", "pdf". Of course now extra steps are added there too, because Acrobat X no longer remembers the last folder you saved in, so now I have to navigate to the folder for EVER SINGLE DOCUMENT! This increases by multiples the time it takes to get through a batch of saves. I'm uninstalling and going back to Reader 9.