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You might use the WebCapture feature of Acrobat Pro, with appropriate settings (stay on same server, stay within branch, etc.).


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I had some success in early 2015 doing fully hands-off batch OCR using Nuance OmniPage Ultimate on windows. Not free, list price $500. Use the batch program "DocuDirect" that is included. It has an option "Run job without any prompts" which seems the direct answer to your original question. I used DocuDirect to output one searchable PDF file for each ...


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When it is a screenshot, then it is a screenshot, and that is a raster image. If you want more, adjust the screen and shoot again, or use a good raster image processing software to invent what was not part of the screen you shot. See also answer to Equivalent of Microsoft Paint's eraser in Adobe Acrobat Pro .


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First and foremost, PDF is not a raster image per definition. It may have pages consisting only of raster files, such as scanned documents, but this is just one case of PDF. Per definition, PDF is a selection of various objects. Second, PDF can be edited to some extent, but for serious editing, you better go to the original files. In the Preferences, the ...


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after some research i figure out the best way to solve this issue. in Acrobat X: there are two solutions First Solution: file > action wizard > [prepare for web publishing] or [publish sensitive documents] click next in the opened dialogged box in remove hidden information dialog box check "deleted or cropped content" Second Solution select from the ...


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Yes, it is possible, but there is a caveat: before you begin highlighting, you have to enable a feature called Copy Selected text into Highlight, Strikethrough, and Underline comment pop-ups. It's in the File | Preferences | Commenting menu. Once you've checked that, highlight the text, and go to the Comment pane (top right corner). In the Comments List ...


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This is how I did it in Adobe Acrobat XI Standard: no need for the Action Wizard no need for AutoIt The trick is to ensure no PDF files are open in Adobe Acrobat XI Standard. Then the Reduce side PDF... behaviour is different. I used C:\temp as folder for the steps below. You can enhance the steps by using files from any set of folders drag/drop ...


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OK -- Success! I can now print to PDF from Quicken 99, and I can right-click from the desktop to combine multiple PDFs into a single PDF. (Thank you to TheKB for providing trail to update files.) (Hmmm ... I am guessing that TheKB is your handle for "The Knowledge Base" -- is that a good guess?) Here's a summary of what I had to do. It was time-consuming, ...


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You would create an Action, using the Action Wizard in Acrobat XI (Pro).


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You can Use AutoIt 3 to automate this. Use the included recorder. Start in File manager with the first file. Enter, sleep, alt+f... Last step alt+F4, to get back to the file manager. Then Cursor down, to get to the next file. If they are in different folders, use Windows search as the starting point.


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If you still have a serial key for it, I think this installs the latest version. https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/acrobat-8-9-product-downloads.html Also availble on their ftp site: ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/8.x/ Latest Update: ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/8.x/8.3.1/misc/


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If you have Acrobat, and the form does not have any security restrictions, and is not "blessed" with Extended Rights for Reader, you can add comments to the fillable form (I just tested that). Now, if the form comes with Extended Rights for Reader, you will get an according note, and with Save a Copy…, you can create a version without those rights, and then ...


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A freeware called Scan Tailor can detect the efficient threshold automatically. I tried it and got good results.



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