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click on hand tool or select tool to exit edit mode


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I finally find the solution, just copy/paste all fonts from C:\Windows\Fonts of a PC working fine to the bug one, and it works. Regards


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I was easily able to run multiple instances Acrobat Pro XI (11.0) by simply typing "run" from the start menu, and in the "run window" typing then in "run" entering: "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 11.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe" /n and repeat. I could scan and OCR in one, and do operations in the other. awesome


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This may be a bit late. You can change the settings before printing to tell ACAD not to include layer information. Go to Plot, Click properties for the PDF printer you use. (I use DWG to PDF) Click custom Properties, The custom properties at the bottom of the Tab. Then Additional output settings untick "Include Layer information" I also tick Capture all ...


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I tried everything above and none of it worked. Here's what worked from Word 2010. I don't know which steps were required, but it worked for me. Save As Tools Compress Options Uncheck automatically compress images. Apply OK Save As as Word 2003 .xml Right click on image: Convert Convert image to Word Image Save As again as above but Save As PDF.


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In my Windows days, I had to do a lot of printing with format translation (multiple pages to one, booklets, organizer pages, etc.). I used a commercial product called Clickbook. It runs about $50 (although there's a free trial if you have just a single task), so you would have to decide if it's worth the investment. It works somewhat like a printer driver ...


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One way to accomplish this is to use Acrobat to crop the pages. You would open the page boxes tool, and crop as you wish. You have the option to apply the cropping to odd or even pages. In the next step, you print, and in the print dialog, you have the option to print multiple pages per sheet. Printing multiple copies per sheet option is also available in ...


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I solved this issue by using in the latex document \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} The first statement enables T1 font encoding and the second enables the use of modern latex fonts. I even had been using (only) the first statement the whole time (which did not fix this issue by itself) but adding the second statement did fix it and the Word ...


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Just wanted to mention that I tried the Brett Bymaster Feb 28 2014 script and it worked perfectly. Then I made a modification, changing "WheelDown" to "PgDn" and "WheelUp" to "PgUp" throughout - this let me use the PgUp and PgDn keys to scroll a page at a time, rather than the mouse wheel to scroll a few lines at a time - which is exactly what I was looking ...



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