Let Adobe® Acrobat® XI do the hard work of comparing two versions of a PDF file — so you don't have to. When it's finished, you'll get a detailed report of the results.
You can use the file compare tool to easily review the differences between two PDF files.
"We want to avoid any unnecessary steps in our review processes. By using Acrobat to convert materials to PDF for improved collaboration, we’ve cut document review cycles in half."
— Anders Palm, director of medical devices, regulatory, and compliance, The Linde Group
Whether you need to compare two versions of a legal document, PowerPoint presentation, or any other file, convert them both to PDF. Then use the file compare tool to pinpoint changes.
If just a single word has changed from one version of a file to the next, Acrobat XI will find it. So you'll never have to check your files line by line again.
After comparing two files, Acrobat XI provides a detailed report of every change, including text, fonts, images, and even the order of the pages in a presentation.
How to compare two versions of a PDF file:
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