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Below you will find information on Tech sheets - Acrobat DC (2015, 2017) - Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) - Acrobat XI 11.0 - Older Acrobat versions - Mac OS (including 10.11 and Sierra) - Windows (including Windows 10) - Latest shipping versions - How to register.

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For selected products, we have Tech Sheets available, designed to help answer common technical questions with easy to follow, step-through directions. We also have a selection of movies available, from product overviews to detailed technical walkthroughs. Watch now!

Acrobat DC (2015, 2017)

Acrobat DC is the marketing name of Adobe's new 2015 release of Acrobat. (DC stands for Document Cloud). Although this follows version 11.0 it is not version 12.0, but is either referred to as Acrobat 15 or Acrobat 2015 (to match version numbering for Creative Cloud products). It was released on 7 April 2015. There are more details on Adobe's site. Note that, although Cloud is part of the name, Acrobat itself is installed and used on your local hard drive, as with earlier versions.

In 2017, a paid upgrade upgrade appeared, called Acrobat 2017. Subscribers to Acrobat DC also see a 2017 version.

Macintosh users will need a new plug-in. Quite Imposing Plus 4.0 is available. For details please see this page. Windows users are recommended to use the new version.

From October 2015 some users of Acrobat DC will have an update which shows PDF documents in tabs. To work correctly, you will need Quite Imposing Plus 4.0d or later.

New 'Page in use' error in Acrobat DC. Please see Acrobat DC support page. for more info. A new version of Acrobat from Adobe fixes this issue.

For the 2017 versions please ensure you have Quite Imposing Plus 4.0k or later.

We do not have any news at this time on our other plug-ins, Quite A Box Of Tricks and Quite Revealing but please email sales@quite.com if you want to be informed of developments. Acrobat DC support page.

Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) information

Some editions of Adobe Creative Cloud include (as of mid 2013) a special version of Acrobat XI. This is installed to your hard disk, and plug-ins can be used in the usual way. Please be sure that you have the very latest versions of our software to work with Creative Cloud, older versions may not install or run.

Acrobat XI (11.0) information

Adobe released Acrobat XI (11.0) in October 2012. Please see this page for important information. Updates to all products are recommended. On Mac OS X older plug-ins will not load so will be invisible.

A further update is needed for Acrobat 11.0.1 on Mac OS X. Please upgrade to
  • Quite Imposing or Quite Imposing Plus 3.0j or Quite Imposing Plus 4.0 or later.
  • Quite A Box Of Tricks 1.8i
  • Quite Revealing 1.8i

Older Acrobat versions

Information is also available on our plug-ins in Acrobat X (10), Acrobat 9, Acrobat 8 and Acrobat 7.

Mac OS X information

All of our plug-ins, and Quite Hot Imposing, are available for Mac OS X.

Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra)

Quite Imposing Plus 4 works just the same as on older systems. However, you will only be able to install if you use version 4.0i or later.

Quite Hot Imposing versions up to 4.0a will generally crash if a new install is made to Sierra. Quite Hot Imposing 4.0b or later is required.

Mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan) 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.9 (Mavericks)

Our plug-ins work just the same as on older systems. However, they will no longer run "Rosetta", needed by the installer for Quite Imposing and Quite Imposing Plus 2 and older installers of other products. You should upgrade to Quite Imposing or Quite Imposing Plus 3.

Some users find problems with the serial number being forgotten on each run. Please update to 3.0k or later.

"Not a compatible copy of Acrobat" with Acrobat 10.1.10

If Acrobat X is upgraded to 10.1.10 or later, you may get the error "Sorry, that does not seem to be a compatible copy of Adobe Acrobat" when installing plug-ins. Please upgrade to
  • Quite Imposing or Quite Imposing Plus 3.0j or Quite Imposing Plus 4.0 or later.
  • Quite A Box Of Tricks 1.8i
  • Quite Revealing 1.8i

"Unidentified developer"

On Mountain Lion and later systems you may get a message Install Quite Plug-ins can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer. This is a normal message caused by Mac OS settings. Please see this page for solutions.

"No plug-ins found to install"

You will get this message in 10.12 (Sierra) and later. Upgrade to Quite Imposing Plus 4.0i or later.

Older Mac systems

Our products will run on older systems as far back as Snow Leopard (10.6) for the current versions of products. Details here.

Windows information

Our plug-ins are supported on all the same versions of Windows as Acrobat. However, we can no longer support customers with Windows 95, 98, Me, XP, Vista, or NT 4. Please check the system requirements for Adobe Acrobat, as not all versions of Acrobat are supported on all versions of Windows.

Windows 10, 8.1, 7

The latest versions of plug-ins should run in Windows 10 with Acrobat 10 and later, and Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 with Acrobat 8.1.0 and later.

Latest shipping versions

The latest versions of our products are shown below.

Product Version Download link
Quite Imposing Plus 4.m (May 2018) Quite Imposing Plus
Quite HOT Imposing 4.0k (Sep 2017) Quite HOT Imposing
Quite A Box Of Tricks 1.8i (Nov 2014) Quite A Box Of Tricks
Quite Revealing 1.8i (Nov 2014) Quite Revealing

Older versions
Quite Imposing V3 3.0k (Nov 2014) Quite Imposing V3
Quite Imposing Plus V3 3.0k (Nov 2014) Quite Imposing V3
Quite Imposing V2 2.9b (February 2009) Quite Imposing V2
Quite Imposing Plus V2 2.9b (February 2009) Quite Imposing V2
Quite Imposing V1 1.6c (November 2004) Quite Imposing V1
Quite Imposing Plus V1 1.6c (November 2004) Quite Imposing V1
Quite HOT Imposing V3 3.0k (Nov 2014) Quite HOT Imposing

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