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If you are in Mac, you can use Preview (for free!) to draw a white box on the images you don't want to be printed, so the rest of the layout stays the same. Remember to make sure that the box is filled in with white color and the lines around it are invisible (or also in white). Steps: Open your PDF file in Preview. Make sure the "Markup Toolbar" is ...
You can also use Ghostscript for that. 1. Increase page media size, keep page content size Assuming your page size is A4 (that is 595x842 points), and you want to add a margin of 1 additional inch (72 points) on each edge: that gives you a new page size of 739x986 points. Then the Ghostscript command is this: gs -o out1.pdf ...
I did create a whole forms collection which actually has both components. In fact, the forms are dynamic multilingual PDF forms. Roughly, in such a case, all potentially moving/showing/hiding elements have to be form fields (mainly text fields, maybe with rich formatting activated, but it is also possible to use button fields with rich contents as icon). ...
You can use File > Print > Custom Scale and choose an appropriate scale factor.
To monitor memory usage it is better to use Process Explorer. If you print to Adobe PDF printer with Adobe Acrobat (not just Reader) installed it means that you are using a virtual printer created by Adobe Acrobat. From that pictures you have posted it is not clear, which process is leaking memory, which seems to be your problem. Under some circumstances a ...
This worked for me: Simply ensure Adobe Acrobat shortcut is not running in compatibility mode. As soon as I unchecked this option, walla!! The application opened like a boss! I'm running Windows 8.1
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