PDF files. Adobe Acrobat 3D also has support for viewing and editing .OBJ files,, .JPG, .JPEG and others. • Performs: These are PDFs that have been created in a 3D modeling program such as 3DS Max, Maya, or similar in order to create real-world objects, but are designed so that a user interface and the way of using objects within Create 3D objects with Adobe Acrobat 3D • ODF: We have a few different types of ODF and the PDF format is one of them. This type of format can be loaded into PDFs and is very flexible. However, you should be aware that ODF files are not compatible with Acrobat 3D. • PR: Adobe Acrobat 3D is written in Java and has the capability to create documents out of the most popular document formats. However, there does not seem to be an Adobe product that is built primarily for .XLS, .XLSX, or .ODP. To get started with Acrobat 3D you must first download Adobe Acrobat. Acrobat will then prompt you to set up two Adobe Performs, one for each of the three different kinds of documents that you want to create and manage.