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Adobe Acrobat Automatic OCR

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Hello,

One of our execs uses Adobe to mark up pdfs (cross out, highlight...basic stuff). Up until recently, whenever he would open a scanned document, Adobe would automatically run OCR.

Now, he has to manually run OCR with every document...I have not found any settings of the type "Set OCR to Automatically Run".

Is there a way I can set his Adobe to automatically run OCR?

His uses Adobe Pro 9.5.

Thank you.
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As per Adobe, can't be done!
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