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This is precisely why we have never seen a photocopy of Obama's birth certificate. It is a scanned image, not a photocopy. The two are completely and utterly different and one cannot be easily manipulated without leaving evidence. Obamas scanned birth certificate is layered and may or may not be real. Best example you can find that answers your question. ...


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I am also baffled why we have to endure screen space being wasted with frivolous and unwanted menu banners. I removed Acrobat Reader DC and downloaded XI instead: https://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/thankyou.jsp?fileID=5519&ftpID=5507 Problem solved.


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I realize this is a long time after the OP, and the responses. But we just moved to this lousy version of Acrobat today. (At home, I use PDF-XChange Editor. Much nicer.) Anyway, pressing F8 does indeed remove the ugly menu bar, but I still have this tabbed interface with "Home", "Tools" and a tab for the file(s) I'm looking at. And the font in this ...


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Short of physically updating the hardware, your options are quite limited. 1) If your work pc has an E-SATA port there is a chance you could gain some read/write advantage by using an external SSD/flash storage. Given my knowledge of most work-provisioned computers, it is unlikely you'll find an ESATA port. 2) If you can offload this work to a more ...


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The Where From metadata is a Mac filesystem attribute rather than a property of the PDF. It can be removed using this command: xattr -d com.apple.metadata:kMDItemWhereFroms FILE_NAME For more information check this question http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/110239/where-is-the-where-from-meta-data-stored-when-downloaded-via-chrome


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According to this Microsoft Community question -> How to disable Microsoft Edge as default pdf program, this was/is a common problem. Some people have found relief doing the following: Go to 'Settings' Select 'Apps & Features' Select 'Programs and Features' (Under 'Related Settings') Select 'Control Panel Home' Select 'Make a ...


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In Acrobat/Reader, you can modify the Document Colour Options in Edit > Preferences... > Accessibility. Below I have replaced the document colours with Yellow Text on Black: You can see an example of the changes below:


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If you're using a Mac, gaming laptop, or have a decent graphics card, you would highly benefit from inverting colors. On the Mac, you can easily access/change the keyboard shortcut from Keyboard preferences: ...And on Windows 7, there's a hidden gem in Magnifier! Other gaming laptops and graphics card drivers may also have an invert colors ...



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