How to use Adobe Reader
Adobe Reader is a software mainly for viewing PDF files, but here are some ways to use it that you may not know about.
Sometimes when viewing a PDF file, you may want to edit part or the entire file in Word or other languages.
In this case, you can use a feature called "snapshot" to copy a selection as an image.
If you select the part you want to use, copy and paste it into a Word document, you can create a sentence flexibly, I think it's convenient.
If you want to print four copies of an A6 size document as an assignment printout on an A4 size landscape paper, it is quite difficult to do so when you try to print only in Word.
You can't check the status of the allocated print in print preview.
In particular, the way of specifying printing is different for each printer manufacturer, and it is sometimes difficult to understand the unified printing method.
So, first of all, create a document of A6 in Word and save it in PDF format.
After that, open the PDF file, Adobe Reader will start up, so you can check the print preview of the assigned printable items.
Other than that, I think there are a variety of features, please try to take advantage of.