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The short answer: no. A bit a longer answer: Acrobat is not set up to run in multiple instances. What you can do, and this is now also sanctioned and supported by Adobe, is running Reader with the same major version number (Acrobat XI and Reader XI, or Acrobat X and Reader X). If you happen to be on Mac, it is not sanctioned officially by Adobe, but if ...


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Devid's solution will work for quotes at the beginning or end of highlighted text, but not more generally. If you are tied to Adobe software for highlighting, but are willing to try another PDF reader for reading and selecting text, the desired result works in SumatraPDF: I am able to take a file that contained highlights in Adobe Reader and use SumatraPDF ...


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It is possible but not perfect. Click with the mouse on the text before or after which is not selected to place there the cursor. Now use the keyboard keys ↑ , ↓ , → , ← to move the cursor to the part of the area you want to select and hold down Shift while you move ↑ , ↓ , → , ← on your keyboard to select the part of the highlighted text you are interested ...


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I don't think the combine files function is supported via command line; you may try passing more than one file name and see what happens, however. For such a task, on Mac, I would use Automator or create an AppleScript droplet. I am not sufficiently familiar with the Windows version, but there, it should be possible to create something using IAC/DDE.


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http://try67.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/convert-all-links-in-pdf-to-open-in-new.html I searched all over the internet and nobody had a good solution. Finally stumbled upon this program and it was exactly what I needed to open links in new tab/window. They also have a demo version so you can see how it works.


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You can use Kernel for Word to PDF Converter Tool. This software simply & quickly convert multiple word file to PDF file format. Click here http://www.wordtopdfconverterfree.com/


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It is a quickly stated rough idea, but what would be possible is using a popup instead of a dropdown. The app.popUpMenuEx() method allows to create hierarchical popup menus, which would pretty much represent the structure you have in the bible. A popup is normally attached to a simple button field, where the mouseDown action creates and displays the popup, ...


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Once a document has passed OCR, it can not run through OCR again in Acrobat (that's an Acrobat limitation). So, your options would be either start again from the original scans (preferrable), or export as TIFF and run OCR again (second choice, because there would be a second downsampling of the images).


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I just had this issue and found an option on the print dialogue selected called "Print color as black". After unticking this option it resolved the issue. This was on Acrobat Pro X.


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Using xpdf version 3.03 displays it correctly. Printing to file .ps then using evince to print from .ps did the trick. xpdf 3.03 uses libpoppler.so.46.


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After looking on some internet answers (it is a question often asked ) I discovered that this can be done easily using the Poster option from the Print menu. Steps (for Adobe Acrobat XI): Choose Print from File Menu or Ctrl+P Select Printer as Adobe PDF Select Poster tab. Change Overlap to 0 inch Adjust the Tile scale to your needs, 100%(99%) if the ...


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Could you please confirm that Adobe Reader is installed in your PC and you've updated Firefox latest version!


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3 ways to convert PDF to word on mac Step 1: Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat. Step 2: Click the "File" option on the top navigation bar of Adobe Acrobat. Step 3: Click the"Save As" option. Step 4: Select the "PDF to Word" option. Step 5: Type a name for the document. Select a Word file type (.doc or .docx) and click the "Save" button. The document is now ...



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