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Updated Oct 14, 2014.

11.0.03 Planned update, May 14, 2013

This release is a planned update for the products listed in the table below. The latest version is always available through the product’s update mechanism, from the enterprise FTP site, and for some languages, from the Reader Download Center.

Available installers

Windows installers
Product Type Installer Size Language Install over...
Acrobat Planned update AcrobatUpd11003.msp 115 MB All 11.0 or later
Reader Planned update AdbeRdrUpd11003_MUI.msp 11.5 MB All 11.0 MUI or later
Reader Planned update AdbeRdrUpd11003.msp 17.7 MB All 11.0 or later
Reader Full installer AdbeRdr_<land_ID>.exe 46-57 MB EN, DE, FR, JP, ES None or any (this is a full installer)
Macintosh installers
Product Type Installer Size Language Install over...
Acrobat Planned update AcrobatUpd11003.dmg 199 MB All 11.0 or later
Reader Planned update AdbeRdrUpd11003.dmg 94.7 MB All 11.0 or later
Reader Full installer AdbeRdrUpd11003_en_US.dmg 76.7 MB English None or any (this is a full installer)

Security bulletin

This release provides mitigations for vulnerabilities described in the security bulletin at http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb13-15.html.

Improvements

Items preceded by numbers are bug fixes.

System requirements

Added support for later versions of Safari, Mac OSx, and Windows Server 2012.

Security

Numerous enhancements to security features such as Protected View, Protected Mode, and others are part of this release.

Protected Mode

The security dialog is bypassed when launching an URL whose hostname present in tHostWhiteList when Reader Protected Mode is ON in these workflows: Acrobat.com Webview, authentication in Yahoo and Gmail webmail, and forms-based authentication for Office365 and SharePoint accounts. For details, see the Preference Reference

Japanese support

  • Automatic signature detection is supported.
  • Added support for the Japanese Postal Code barcode.

EchoSign integration

  • Acrobat and Reader now intelligently detect if a document may need to be signed. If the words “Sign” or “Signature” are detected in conjunction with any line, a document message bar appears with an “Open Sign Pane” button. Adminstrators can disable this feature by setting HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\(product name)\(version)\FeatureLockdown\cServices\bEnableEchoSignDetection to 0. For details, see the Preference Reference
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  • Signature appearances can now be imported through the user’s webcam. Reader saves the signature for future use in signing workflows.
  • Save a Copy: Allows the user to save the file locally or in cloud. The file will be renamed based on whether user signs the document or not.
  • Send via Email: Allows users to upload the document to the EchoSign server where they can fill-in details and send the signed document.
  • Send via Fax: Same as the Send via Email option.
  • Get Others to Sign: Enables users to send documents that need signing to others through the EchoSign service.
  • The dialog which asks the user if they want to save the signed document is removed, thereby streamlining the signing process.

Digital signatures

  • The product now supports allowing administrators to control trust for JavaScript execution and other security restrictions for specific certificates through the use of cTrustCertifiedDocumentsByOIDs. The features essentially allows elevates documents to privileged location status if they are signed with a certificate that has a configured OID. If the values in this registry preference match an OID in a certificate’s Extended Key Usage field, then that certificate is trusted. For details, see the Preference Reference

Tools Pane

  • Tools pane performance is improved.
  • The Tools Pane is open by default and the user’s selected state is saved across sessions.

Services integration

  • When using Export PDF, Create PDF and Send Now services, the user can now choose Open from online account > Acrobat.com.
  • 3487462 In the Create PDF panel, the “Convert” button is now a “Select Files” button. After a file is selected the button changes to “Convert”.
  • 3474631 When you open a document from Acrobat.com that you were reading earlier on another device, the document opens to the page where you left off.
  • 3501525 The ExportPDF panel is now available in the Japanese version of Reader.

Macintosh-specific fixes

  • 3431069 Acrobat crashes on Export Image to Online Account (SharePoint).
  • 3435661 On Mountain Lion, PDF file preview color is incorrect in A10 and A11 when monitor display profile is other than sRGB.

Win 8-only fixes

  • 3491449 Pinch zoom behavior is not smooth.

Miscellaneous

  • 3388860 PDFMaker plug-in not opening PPT file after conversion from FileSite server.
  • 2964432 Unable to use tabs to put focus on HTML field following embedded PDF.
  • 3434635 Acrobat browser plug-in does not calculate decimal numbers in an AcroForm correctly when system locale is set to French.
  • 3360244 Page being incorrectly identified as scanned in the PDF invokes OCR unnecessarily.
  • 3363487 Print button off screen on low resolution devices in Reader/Acrobat XI.
  • 3514776 The IE AcroIEHelper browser helper object is removed. Needed functionality is moved to a plugin.
  • 3337344 Cannot save PDF from Firefox when multiple windows are used.
  • 3299733 In Reader, doing an overwrite with content type enabled results in a “bad parameters” error.
  • 3430173 Error while entering the value for Managed Metadata field.
  • Added support for the Turkish Currency symbol.

Known issues

For a list of current issues, see http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/known-issues-acrobat-xi-reader.html.

Technical details

Go to the Release Notes Home for information about the following:

  • How to update
  • Update order
  • Definition of release types
  • System requirements
  • Language Support
  • Compatibility
  • Product end-of-life schedule