The PageProof add-on is fully compatible with Adobe CC 2020 and higher.

Install from Adobe

Step 1
Make sure you are running the latest Adobe Creative Cloud application. Open Adobe Creative Cloud (menu top/right on the Mac, or in the system tray on the PC)

Step 2

Click Marketplace. Select All plugins on the left side, and then type “pageproof” into the search, and press enter. Click install.

Step 3
In your Adobe CC app (for example InDesign, Photoshop, InCopy, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects), navigate to the Window Menu > Extensions > PageProof.

Step 4
Log in using your PageProof account and you are ready to create new proofs and versions directly from within your Adobe creative tools.

Note: If you need to use the manual install method because you are on a previous version of Adobe CC, please see below for manual installation instructions.

Manual installation

In some situations, the Adobe add-on website may not install the add-on. You can manually install the add-on following the instructions below:

Step 1

Quit all your Adobe CC apps.

Step 2

Download Extension Manager from http://install.anastasiy.com.

Step 3

Unzip and run the Extension Manager (let it move to Applications if asked). Then select InDesign CC from the left sidebar.

*If you are running on Catalina, you'll have to right-click the extension manager then open.

Step 4

Get the latest PageProofCC.zxp.zip file here and unzip it.

  • If you are using Adobe CC 2017/2018 and are unable to update to 2019 or 2020, download the previous add-on v1.7.9 here.
  • If you are using Adobe InDesign CC 2019 and are unable to update to 2020, use v1.8.1 here

Note: Versions prior to v1.9.2 do not have text highlighting & freehand drawing pen support.

Step 5

Drag/drop the zxp file (not the zip file) into the right side of Extension Manager. It will install for all supported Adobe CC apps automatically.

You can now open your Adobe CC apps and send proofs, upload new versions, and bring back comments layered over your artwork.

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