Adobe Acrobat DC
Adobe Acrobat Licenses (Staff & Faculty)
- Open Adobe Acrobat on your computer. Click on Sign in under the Help menu item, or on the top right corner
- Click on Sign in Now
- In the username text box, enter YourPennkey@upenn.edu (not @law.upenn.edu). Leave the password box empty and click on Sign In.
- This will take you to a PennKey login page. Enter your PennKey credentials and click Log in.
You will get a two-step verification screen the first time you do this, be sure to check off Trust this Browser so you don’t get asked for two-step every session.
- If this screen shows up, please click Continue on the license information window and you will then be signed in on Adobe Acrobat. Otherwise, your system will just sign you in automatically once the Pennkey login is done.
Getting Help in Adobe Acrobat
You can access the Acrobat help guide right from Adobe Acrobat.
Open the Help menu and choose Adobe Acrobat DC Help to launch the site below.
LinkedIn Learning: Acrobat DC Essential Training
Visit LinkedIn Learning to learn everything there is to know about Acrobat.
- Log into https://linkedinlearning.upenn.edu with your PennKey
- After logging in, visit Acrobat DC Essential Training
Learn Acrobat DC Videos
Adobe has created an extensive library of video tutorials on many features in Acrobat DC. To access the videos, visit the Learn Acrobat DC site.
What’s New in Acrobat DC
If you’re switching to Acrobat DC from an earlier version, you have probably noticed that many features have been relocated. Visit the guide below to see what has changed.