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In adobe reader 9.3.3 First, select two page view as normal: view->page display->two up Then, change your fullscreen preferences: edit->preferences->full screen->fill screen with one page at a time (uncheck)


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Did you make any changes in Adobe Reader? See the below default settings for Page display (go to Edit | Preferences): To increase the resolution increase the pixels/inch from the Resolution section


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This is what I was able to find after a few Google searches STEP 1: Find Adobe Key (Encrypted) Use one of the methods below. M1. Using SQLite DB: The activation information is stored at the location below: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache\cache.db This is a SQLite DB which can be opened with SQLite Database Browser. Using ...


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I use Word for formatting and CutePDF Writer to print it to PDF.


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While there are many commercial tools available which allow you to modify/rotate a PDF document and save the changes, you have to download and install the software -- too much of a hassle for a one-off kinda task such as this. Luckily, the fine folks at http://www.rotatepdf.net/ allow you to have your PDF file rotated online to a desired degree (90 ...


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ImageMagick's convert tool can be given -flip -flop to reflect in both axes, which will do a 180° rotate. You may want to use the -density option to keep a decent resolution (as pointed out in the comments, the default 70 dpi looks ugly. 300 or 600 dpi give better results)


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You can use Briss to split multi-page PDFs into single page ones (or crop out whatever you want). It loads up all the pages at once and overlays them, so that you can see what portion of the page the text occupies.


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In Acrobat X, Tools > Protection > Hidden Information > Remove Hidden Information It works with me... If the purpose is just to hide the information that was cropped, this works. But if you want to actually make the page smaller, this doesn't do that. The full document is still the original size, with the cropped portions turned white. ...


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Try LaTeX -- it would also look better then. Start with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX and http://miktex.org/


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Make sure you go to Documents ⇨ Rotate Pages and then save it. This should work if you close and reopen. If you go to View ⇨ Rotate View and try to save the document it will not keep the rotated view when you save it. For Adobe Acrobat 10, go to Tools on the right and rotate it that way, then save it.


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Word maybe just renders upscaled image and sends it that way as printer input (I presume that Distiller works as a printer). If so, then it's good for normal printers, but inefficient for fake printers producing PDF files. For instance pdfLaTeX properly embeds image in output file. Check my PDF uploaded to min.us gallery: Embedding image in LaTeX document ...


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You can open the PDF file in an Adobe app like Illustrator and then rotate in there. Then save as PDF and this should work. If you you don't have access to CS3 you may want to try open source PDF editing software.


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I use OpenOffice.org's word processor to create the resume and then export it as a PDF - it works quite well. If you are used to Microsoft Word, it should be fairly easy to adopt OpenOffice.org - it's very similar to old versions of Word (before the Ribbon). A few things are in different places, but it's not that bad to get used to. Since you are using ...


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Follow these steps: Rotate to the correct view Select: File -> Print -> Printer: PDF Printer Save as your document Voila!


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If you are able to make it in word just fine, then use a PDF printer driver, such as bullzip (freeware with limitations) or PDFCreator (Free/GPL) and it will come out just like if you printed the document.


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I fought with Word and not being able to get the fields like I want them and then getting the DOCX file to PDF. Downloaded a copy of Open Office (now using Libre Office). The form editing feature in writer blows Word away and when I'm done with my form I hit the "Save to PDF" button in the toolbar of Libre Office and I have a fillable form. Yes, I kept MS ...


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It's a bit old now this question, but I came here via Google, and someone else might also. My solution was to create a Preflight profile (Acrobat 9 Pro) which errored on font information. Clicking on the font name in the results then jumps to the page and highlights the text. Downside is that you get a list of all fonts on all pages organised by page rather ...


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Expand More Options in the Print dialog box. I'm using Acrobat X but hopefully this will work for your version as well.


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I have installed the Acrobat 11 (XI) trial in VirtualBox. Acrobat 11 is single threaded. I have also made an external script that starts multiple Acrobat instances (one per CPU core), parallel processes the OCR job and merges the result. A crucial step is to turn on error logging in Acrobat preferences, parse all .log and reprocess any error files. The ...


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You don't tell us, but I assume it: you are using Adobe Acrobat in order to 'crop' your PDF/A? Which exact version is it? Anyway, in the Preferences > Document settings, you can switch off a Display PDF/A in PDF/A-mode. Once you've done that the blue horizontal band informing you about the PDF/A property of the file at the top of each page will disappear, ...


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I have ran into the same issue and found this awhile back. I did run a cleaner, CCleaner, after uninstalling to correct the registry of Adobe to help: If you have a Windows 7 64-bit computer and Acrobat Professional just won’t launch at all and will not open ANY .pdf file, follow the instructions below. (This happens exactly 30 days after you install the ...


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@Jeff also suggested to update your drivers, it might help a bit if they were very outdated. @Mehrdad's suggestion is just wrong, power-save is unlikely as external USB mouse goes just fine. And this is what the documentation says: Check 2D Graphics Accelerator (Windows only) (Appears only if your computer hardware supports 2D graphics ...


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Open File > Settings > Advanced, then in Image size and quality section, check option Do not compress images in files (See screen capture to orientate where is this option located) The following image is the same JPG image (document capture 400% zoomed in to show anti-aliasing difference) inserted before and after activating that option:


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You can do this with a short batch file and pdftk.exe (not pdftk Builder which is the GUI version). There is no need to install anything. Preparation download & extract pdftk with UniExtract Open ..\pdftk\bin* and copy pdftk.exe and libiconv2.dll to a folder of your choice create a new text file and paste the following code @echo off setlocal ...


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You can try this: Go to Edit>Preferences>Accessibility This will not change the true contrast, but you can pick contrasting colors of your choice, or one of the defaults, as in the screenshot.


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No, there are no command line parameters for Acrobat for conversion. The only command line parameters that exist are the same for Reader or for Acrobat to open a file or to print a file. They are essentially undocumented and they are unsupported but you can see them here. You will have to look at other PDF applications for this functionality. Another ...


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From Nitro PDF Professional 6 Review Adobe's Acrobat is a polished product with several features not offered by Nitro PDF Professional (including the ability to create and display collections of related PDF content in Portfolios, redaction tools to conceal sensitive material within PDFs, and multimedia and 3D support).


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MS Word 2007 has a built-in PDF exporter


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What I do is this: Open the file in Acrobat - and be sure that the Page Thumbnails tray is open. Select the page that you want to 'split' and right-click or control-click to bring up the context menu - select 'Extract Pages'. This will extract the selected page to another Acrobat file. In the Page Thumbnails tray of the new window - drag the page thumbnail ...


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The simplest way is to print as PDF (again) the cropped document. Since the crop tool of Acrobat just hides the area from printing, the resulting new PDF document will not show the hidden areas anymore. In the latest version of Acrobat (at least with v10) printing to pdf from pdf is "not supported". However, the earlier suggestion to remove hidden ...



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