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In Acrobat Pro, choose: STEP 1 File -> Export to -> Image -> png In the "Save as" dialogue which opens, open the "Settings..." set Colorspace to Monochrome. You might have to experiment with Resolution in order to optimize between size and readability. Click OK to close settings. Choose an empty folder and click "Save"....


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If you must use a raster PNG image - you can create a vector image and screen capture the improved resolution of the vector image displayed in a vector-based program (ie. Inkscape). Save the screen capture as a raster PNG file and take advantage of the better resolution of the vector image. Vector Image screen captured to PNG file:


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I am using Adobe Acrobat X, available in 2016, maybe, though old even then. In it I can use the cropping function to crop as I desire. Doing so about a PDF framed with a box border (part drawing), and printing the result shows I can achieve almost borderless printing with no effort. "Almost"... what borders I do get are ¼" top and bottom, and ...


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It turns out to have a just slightly akward workaround. Right clicking a bookmark you can change its view to custom and only then will it store the information about where to go. The good news is that when creating new bookmarks by right clicking an existing one, new ones will inherit this custom mode. The bad news is that they still wont generally store the ...


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As phrased, the question seems to exclude my answer, because the search is not performed within Calibre, but it appears to be the best solution for my use case, so might be helpful to add here. Use Calibre to convert all books to plain text. Optionally, merge all of the plain text books into a single "book," depending on your preferred search tool ...


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Simplest solution that actually worked for me: pdftoppm in.pdf image tesseract image-1.ppm text This will output text.txt with the textual contents of a PDF. (I tried with a single-page image-content PDF.) Note: Both of these commands don't like you to add/remove file extensions, for whatever reason; enter it in the exact fashion I showed above. Also, for ...


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Had similar issue recently, I tried Ocrmypdf to remove the gray background color, it worked for me. Command I tried: ocrmypdf --use-threads \ --remove-background \ -v2 \ --force-ocr \ --optimize 3 \ --output-type pdf \ in.pdf out.pdf


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just rename sample.pdf to sample.zip and then unzip sample.zip - it will create a folder with the images


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By default, Inkscape tries to match PDF fonts to installed fonts. To fix this, add the option --pdf-poppler, and text will be turned into vector paths before rasterization. The result, then, is that embedded fonts render whether they're installed or not. That particular command (and indeed, a general command for converting PDF to an image) would be: inkscape ...


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In adobe, near the the names C-2... there are the corresponding page numbers, so, in order to print the pages from C-2 to C-5, it's necessary to write the corresponding numbers of these pages (number of C-2) - (number of C-3).


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if you want to map b key for this use this map b toggle_statusbar by pressing b it will show and hide the statusbar in zathura


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Zoom in to Full Page width, or change Window Size, so PDF reaches edge (with Dark Reader from your question): For example, on https://www.gao.gov/assets/gao-19-221.pdf (*): Now you still have the "gray color border" imposed by Google Chrome (whose bright idea was that, was it a full thought? We can blame trees for white paper.), but you're not ...


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SIMPLE to edit. To edit the page number if the table of contents is leading to the wrong page: Open the edit tool in the pdf. Right click on the line you wish to edit. A menu will open ... if you have a link there, it will give you an edit link option ... click on it and the link properties opens. Select the actions tab where you can edit the page number. ...


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I was able to create a script that can sort of copy-and-paste into your PDF via AutoHotKey After installing AHK, create a new file with ahk extension and put in the following code: #SingleInstance Force SetTitleMatchMode, RegEx #IfWinActive f8949.pdf ahk_exe Acrobat.exe ^v:: SetKeyDelay, 75 Clipboard = %Clipboard% Clipboard := StrReplace(Clipboard, "`...


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You are out of luck for doing what you are asking for. PDF forms take data input ONE field at a time and that's that. So no pasting a table of values all at once into the form. However, there are some ways to do what you desire, or what I assume you desire, which is to create the data load in Excel and have it all load into the form. There is a way to use ...


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The Print To option will not save the semantic formatting. That means people with disabilities using screen readers and other assistive technology will not be able to navigate the document. E.G. They won't be able to call up a list of headers and select the header they want to go to.


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