Acrobat XI will also allow you to view and print, but also adds the ability to create PDFs using the print function, merge multiple documents, restrict editing and copying, and edit text on PDFs files. Acrobat Standard DC comes with all the features on Acrobat XI but adds a ton of additional features that make it stand out in this category. These include integration with OneDrive, Dropbox, and Box for cloud-based file sharing, conversion of PSD and Illustrator files into PDF, automatic spell-checking, addition of digital signatures and verification of documents, and seamless connectivity between Adobe Document Cloud and your mobile devices. However, these features do come at a price. Acrobat XI Pro adds a couple of more features such as creating and merging documents, adding passwords, edit PDF files, converting PDF files, and collecting e-signatures from other users. Acrobat Pro DC combines the features on all Acrobat products and adds a good number of extra features for premium users. This helps teachers and students enjoy the benefits of Acrobat without spending tons of cash on the expensive subscriptions. To enjoy the student discount, you must be at least age 13 and enrolled in an accredited university or college, accredited primary or secondary school, or in a homeschool as defined by the regulations in your state. You can make the purchase on the Adobe website after indicating whether you are a student or teacher when checking out. You can also get the discounts at accredited online stores after providing proof that you are a teacher or student. Proof may include an email address issued by the school, a transcript, school ID card, or other documentation described on the Adobe website.