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You can download and use Quite Revealing. You will be able to run a 30 day free trial of the software. Note that if you already have a license, this demo will automatically be fully licensed.
- Quite Revealing for Windows - qrev180.exe (568,320 bytes). Version 1.8i, uploaded 12 Nov 2014
This file contains the plug-in and an online guide, with an installer which will copy both files to the Acrobat plug_ins folder.
If you have problems following any part of these instructions, please contact us before you start.
1. Make sure you have what you need
You should have installed the full commercial Acrobat package (7.x to 11.x) on a suitable version of Windows. Make sure Acrobat is not running.
2. Download the installer
Download the file above. It is an installer. You can either allow your browser to run it, or you can save the file and run it later. If you save the file, make a note of where you download it to. Note: Microsoft Internet Explorer may report that the file downloaded has no signature. This is normal and can be ignored.
3. Run the installer
If the browser did not already run the installer, locate the icon and double click it. The installer will normally find your Acrobat plug-ins folder and invite you to install the software. It may need help if you have more than one copy of Acrobat installed. The installer will ask you if you want to start Acrobat.
4. Start Acrobat
If all is well, you will now have a new menu item Plug-ins > Quite Revealing. Select this and you should see a window About Quite Revealing. Click Free Trial to start your 30 day free trial, or click Guide to start reading the online guide. Alternatively, if you have a license number, click Licensing to start using the software.
Removing the plug-in
If you decide you want to remove the plug-in, you just need to remove the plug-in. You can use the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel, where the plug-in name will appear.
To remove manually, use Help > About Plug-ins > Quite Revealing and click the More button; the plug-in will tell you what files are to be removed to uninstall itself. Acrobat must not be running when you remove the files. The plug-in also creates a folder Quite within the plug-ins folder. If you are not using any other Quite Software plug-ins, the Quite folder can now be deleted too.
When you install a new version of Acrobat, the location of plug-ins will be different, and you need to reinstall.