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comment Stop pinned tabs changing in Chrome
I have the opposite problem in Firefox, as it acts as OP wants it to.
Feb
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comment Stop pinned tabs changing in Chrome
I have the opposite problem in Mozilla Firefox! I can't change the URL without unpinning the (new) URL, but if I wouldn't have too many tabs I wouldn't have pinned the tab (in which I want to do some real work) in the first place.
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asked Prefix and suffix for endnotes and differing in-text endnote formatting?
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comment How can I view pdf meta-data in Windows Explorer?
Wow, sounds good! Unfortunately I can't find anything like this under "File" or in any other menu, in Acrobat XI. Could you help me out with a few screenshots?
Oct
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comment How can I view pdf meta-data in Windows Explorer?
I read both, but I don't understand, sorry. IMHO it is not my job to figure out nerds (I mean the guys who built iFilter and the website) and technicalities. If you think iFilters are the solution, which file should I download? The plugin from Foxit costs $20, so Microsoft has an issue in their OS and now I should pay 50% of what an Windows 8 update costs to fix that? Again, I solved the problem already, but I at least want to understand what you try to sell me.
Oct
28
comment How can I view pdf meta-data in Windows Explorer?
Chrome crashed and my answer is gone...I already had one app that did the job indirectly (reference management software that I had those PDF's put into) as well as "Rapid PDFCount". I am frank, I don't understand "iFilters", to me it seems they are deprecated or only of use for Microsoft Sharepoint (Server) products. (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms691105(v=vs.85).aspx ; foxitsoftware.com/products/ifilter/feature.php)
Oct
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comment How can I view pdf meta-data in Windows Explorer?
Well, I can only say that I have installed: Adobe Reader XI, Adobe Acrobat 9, Bluebeam Revu 10, Foxit 5.4.3, PDF Creator, PrimoPDF and Copernic Desktop Search Professional. (CDS also doesn't display the page count.) I think that answers your question. If the iFilters should be used by any of those programs, they sure should be installed. Lastly, you don't know if "iFilter" will expose the page count, but I can tell you that I checked the page count property with the config given above, that is the sole reason that I ask this question on SE.
Oct
27
revised How to find and replace special formats in word processors?
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revised How to find and replace special formats in word processors?
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revised How to find and replace special formats in word processors?
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Oct
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comment How do I make a PPT file as small as possible?
Why is this question downvoted? Is this such a noob question? Is everyone considering themselves a MS Powerpoint expert? I consider this question a very technical one, that is not easy to answer unless you're maybe a MS MVP and know the backend of PPT. Everyone else is just guessing from their anecdotal experience, imho.
Oct
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accepted I cannot print or export Adobe XML-Form files
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asked How to find and replace special formats in word processors?
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comment How can I view pdf meta-data in Windows Explorer?
Karan, sorry but you didn't read my question properly. Do you know how "file explorers" work? I did NOT ask about PDF readers, rather I wrote "any PDF reader can display the (correct) page number, but none of the file explorers can". I want to see the page count of MULTIPLE PDF files (that are unopened) under Windows - and then sort after the page volume - that is it.