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Make a shorcut of your file. This will admit some metadata such as: tags, comments... Right click on the .PDF > Properties > Shortcut > comments


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This can be done with pdfjam which is in most GNU/Linux package managers. I include an example for the full project work which uses pdftk for completeness, which is also ubiquitous. Firstly, let's assume we are in a directory with .pdf files to put together, and that alphanumeric order is acceptable for us. (If not, things listed first have lower page ...


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As you have Acrobat Pro, you can crop the pages. This will then scale the pages for printing, and you have your more readable pages.


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None of the other answers I've seen worked for me ("print as images", uncheck "rely on system fonts" [wasn't available]). In the end I had to switch to a different pdf viewer, and it printed my files just fine (the one I used is PDF-XChange PDF Viewer).


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Click this link and solve your acrobat problem. https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/acrobat-failed-launch-30-days.html


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Adobe Propaganda would say that it is not possible, but that you could do it with XFA technology (meaning that you would have to buy LiveCycle Designer, and create a dynamic form. It is, however, possible with PDF forms. But it may be a little bit messy, and it does require some programming. The result would require Adobe Acrobat/Reader to work (there may ...


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I researched this issue while helping students at my university format their theses and dissertations. It appears that Adobe Acrobat (or at least the extension for Microsoft Word) has issues that prevent hyperlinks in the table of figures from appearing. The problem is with the software, not the users.


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This worked for me in Word 2013: Note that the heading "third page" is just a random heading I made on the third page of a blank document. The link worked for me in Sumatra PDF and Adobe.



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