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Can I make a PDF file display like a book by default, without user input? I would like the PDF to display 2 pages at a time, one page next to the other horizontally, like laying out a book flat. Users can do this with a menu option in the PDF reader, but I would like the file to behave like that on its own, without any need for the user to do ...


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From the Adobe website: When a font cannot be embedded because of the font vendor’s settings, and someone who opens or prints a PDF does not have access to the original font, a Multiple Master typeface is temporarily substituted: AdobeSerifMM for a missing serif font, and AdobeSansMM for a missing sans serif font. If you want to be sure the document ...


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Sure, that's an easy one. In Acrobat, open the Document Properties dialog (Ctrl-D, or Cmd-D respectively), and switch to the Initial View tab. There you locate the Page Layout dropdown, and you will see four options with Two-Up: Facing, Continuous (Facing), Cover Page, and Continuous (Cover Page). Facing means that the first and the second page are ...


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Go to ☰ -> Options -> Applications -> Search for the PDF type and set to "Always Ask" and under the software you want to open with. See the attached picture below.


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Map a drive letter to the network location you save the files to. That way instead of having to navigate through the sub folders you can just select the drive letter.


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This is probably not the solution you're looking for: You can use, e.g., LaTeX to achieve this. You need to generate the TeX-file another way, e.g., your favorite programming language. This requires you to know how to programme, use LaTeX and, of course, install the required tools. In case you're interested, I can elaborate on this and add sample scripts. ...


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Simple… Adobe Reader X (and older) can not save filled forms, unless the form has been granted "Extended Rights" (for Saving, it is sufficient to add the needed rights using Acrobat Pro). Adobe Reader XI and newer no longer need those Extended Rights for saving; that restriction has been lifted. Suggestion: Considering that Adobe Reader X is already ...


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(DO NOT INDEX ENCRYPTION. THIS METHOD WORKS FOR WIN 7 64 BIT) Under no circumstance enable indexing of encryption. (Indexing Encryption will allow anyone who uses your computer to get passwords and personal information. Plus it can screw up the OS!) Go to Indexing > Advanced > File Types, and remove the check for PDF. Press OK > Press Close Uninstall ...


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One option using the command line would be to use pandoc (which requires LaTeX for PDF generation). Install pandoc and LaTeX. Because LaTeX is so big, I installed BasicTeX as recommended in the pandoc docs. With Homebrew and Homebrew Cask: brew install pandoc && brew cask install basictex Make sure the Word files are in .docx format. If they are in ...


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I used the following command to convert PDF to PDF-A: gs -dPDFA -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE -dNOOUTERSAVE -dUseCIEColor -sProcessColorModel=DeviceCMYK -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPDFACompatibilityPolicy=1 -sOutputFile=MyOutPutPDF-A.pdf PDFOriginal.ps If you have a PDF file, first convert it to PS to work with the above code. I tried several times with the PDF file to be ...



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