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Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Adobe Reader), Acrobat (formerly Acrobat Exchange) and Acrobat.com. The commercial proprietary Acrobat, available for Microsoft Windows and OS X only, can also create, edit, convert, digitally sign, encrypt, export and publish PDF files.

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adobe acrobat reader dc (free)

I click on one pdf and it allows me to add/edit text

but another pdf I click "edit" and asks me to sign in (pay) for paid version

Could it be the type of pdf. ocr versus non ocr

I just want to write text over the lines.  I dont want to use Microsoft paint with a screenshot
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I would like to set Adobe Reader to open at 100 percent, however even after changing the override of the display it still opens up at 176%.
It's not Adobe Pro, it's Adobe Reader.
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adobe reader unpaid

edit a .pdf that I have edited previously

When I first opened pdf I could click on fields and write numbers & letters

but I closed and opened pdf again and I cant click on anything

I click "edit pdf" on the right and it asks me to sign up for paid version
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adobe reader (unpaid version)

is there a way to remove signature that I have signed

not
cntrl z
go back

because I am opening document again and my signature looks very bad
my signature looks like a kid drew signature
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Client with Adobe Acrobat Pro XI  Version 11.0.23  Workstation is Win 8.1 Pro 64bit

Sometimes it opens fine and then sometimes (Most of the time) it takes approx 20-30 Seconds to open a Document

What causes this and how can I repair?

Cjoego
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Looking for a solution that will allow a team to simultaneously edit PDF's Similar to the way Onedrive will allow users to work on the same word document and see the changes other users are making relatively instantly. Basically don't want 2 people to be over writing each other or have to piece meal it and put the document together at the end.
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I have purchased adobe pro acrobat 2 years ago and now I have a new laptop.  How do you transfer the registration or activation code to the new computer?
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Hi all,

I have problem to display my PDF file in an existing popup window using spring framework. The workflow is when I click a button from the main page, it popups a new window (child) and showing progress status. After the file finished generating, I set the view in controller and return to jsp. However, the PDF file displays (using DefaultResourceLoader and response.flushBuffer) in the main page instead of the popup window. I want to show in popup. Anything wrong? How can I specify which window the PDF should be displayed?

Please help. Thanks.
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I have a pdf with linking (hyperlink) in it, for the same document.
If we rename the document then why it lost its linking?

Please do the needful?
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Hi All,

So I edited a PDF for my HR dept. After all said an done. When you are in a fillable field, she is saying she can't tab down or hit enter to go to next line. I guess some fields do both and some do one or the other, and some don't do either. Does anyone no a fix for this, that i'm not seeing ?
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Can anyone help me solve below problem:

I have over 2000 png images saved in different files on my computer. I want to write a VBScript function that does something like go to a particular folder and iteratively copy-paste all the png files in that folder to a PDF file or word document .

1. The header before pasting the png files in the word document should be same as the folder name.
2.  The .png files should be inserted in order of when they got created. That is the first created .png file will be first inserted and the last will be last inserted in the word or PDF file.
3. Upon successful copy of all the .png files in this folder,  the folder should be deleted.

Any assistance if this is possible will be appreciated
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I need a program or utility (free preferrably, paid if it's easy to setup and use) that will print PDFs automatically.

Every night, a client receives dozens to hundreds of PDFs via SFTP from one of their clients.  These documents need to be printed (unfortunately).  They want a system that can either be scripted or set to check folders (and sub folders) for new files and print them automatically throughout the night.

I've done some research and found an AutoIT compiled script but it doesn't work well because some of these pages are being (incorrectly) identified as 8.5x13 when the utility attempts to print them (printing them with Acrobat (and reviewing the print options) indicates they are 8.5x11).  And of course, when the page size changes, the job hangs and stops all other jobs until you fix it...

So I need something that can do this intelligently... shrink the page to fit, ignore the page size and just print to whatever paper is present (cutting off excess - which will almost never actually happen), etc.

Anyone have any suggestions?

I'm willing to script a utility that WORKS so it doesn't have to do everything... but if someone has a product designed to monitor (a) folder(s) and print the contents, including PDFs, that's great too.

I don't think I can use Acrobat because it wants to leave the program open after printing... 900 instances of acrobat would be a problem in the morning...

And using a script to subsequently kill acrobat isn't practical... …
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Would like to merge multiple files of varying file types into one PDF.  These files are being uploaded to an Amazon S3 bucket.  Need a way to just select the files I need via a web interface on my website and output the files into 1 PDF.  Is there code or scripts anyone can recommend to accomplish this task?  Some file type examples needing to be merged into 1 PDF would be JPEG, PNG, and PDF.

Code I am working in is basic .NET C#

Any help / advice would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks!
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Dear Experts:

below is custom validation script for a text field in an ADOBE ACROBAT FORM

I would like to restrict the entries into a text field to two digits/integers.

This script works for entries 0 to 99.

I would like to exclude the zero, i.e. only entries 1 to 99 are allowed.
I have got a default value entered into the text field that reads: "Please enter numbers from 1 to 99"

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.


Regards, Andreas

if (event.value!="" && (event.target!=null && event.value!=event.target.defaultValue) && /^\d{1,2}$/i.test(event.value)==false) 
{
	app.alert("Only integers from 1 to 99 are allowed!");
	event.rc = false;
}

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I am a French student intern in a construction company who charge me to create a database linked to pdf documents.
I would like to create a connection between pdf forms filled in to my MS Access database, is it possible without to much programming ?
If it is too complicated, maybe it is possible with forms on word or excel, but I prefer the pdf forms...

Hope to hearing from you soon

Kind Regards
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Today, I have found some important data while reading some adobe documents. But, when I tried to highlight something I have found that I can't use highlight tool in pdf. Does anyone know solution for this?
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Dear Experts

Below is a button script on my Adobe Acrobat Form that  that performs the following action:

All the fields with the exception of field names that start with 'mtx' will get the fillColor 'Gray'.

for (var i = 0; i < this.numFields; i++) {
    var f = this.getField(this.getNthFieldName(i));
    var reg = /^mtx/;

    if (f != null && f.name.match(reg) == null) {
        f.fillColor = color.ltGray;
    }
}

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How is the code to be changed, if there are more field names that should be excluded, such as field names that start with 'gsl' and 'ktn'

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, andreas
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I received a large PDF file. It took days for me to type in all the information. I would like to save this file with the text. Is there any work-around to saving this PDF file with my entered text?
There was a message bar that said that I cannot save the text and that if I try to save the document, I just get the original PDF file saved devoid of my text entries. Sure enough, those words were true. For that reason, I shut off WIFI because an update might cause a reboot, and I would lose my text.

Luckily on Windows 10, I was able to print to a PDF file which I was able to transfer to a Windows 7 laptop, and email that file back to the sender. The printed PDF file has all my information, but it is not-editable; and I can't even copy text data from this saved file.

I had asked the sender to send me a PDF file with the ability to save the text, in case of a OS crash. Answer was a firm "No" - end of discussion. Anyway, now that I have sent the completed form back to the sender, this request doesn't matter. I am still keeping the Acrobat program in memory with my text data in case I get feedback that I have to revise it.

If I can't save my PDF file text, I started thinking about a work-around by using a new SSD that I will use to replace the HD someday; but I fail to see how I can use it to give me a backup of the in-memory work that I have done. For now, I put my Windows 10 laptop to sleep on a permanent basis until I figure this one out, or just give up, and let the …
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I'm trying to make adobe as default to open PDF files but after I reboot the PC, it switches back to Microsoft EDGE as default to open PDF files. Any suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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from fpdf import FPDF
  import multiprocessing
  from multiprocessing import Pool

  class pdf_gen():
    def __init__(self):
      pdf = self.pdf = FPDF()
      pdf.set_auto_page_break(True,0.1)

    def get_data_from_mysql(self) :
      pdf = self.pdf
      # connection is established and result is stored in 'res'.
      dup = []
      dup.insert(0,res)
      z = tuple(dup)
      return z

    def mysql_to_pdf_data(self,*result) :
      try :
        pdf = self.pdf
        # Entered data need to be in pdf
      finally:
        return pdf

  if __name__ == "__main__" :
   class_pdf_object = pdf_gen()
   pdf_object = FPDF()
   recover_data = class_pdf_object.get_data_from_mysql()
   pool = multiprocessing.Pool(multiprocessing_count())
   pdf = pool.map(class_pdf_object.mysql_to_pdf_data,recover_data)
   pool.close()
   pool.join()
   pdf_object.output('savefile.pdf','F')


In the above program, pdf_object is creating empty pdf file as the object in class needs to be passed for output. But, recover_data contains a list and each value is passing and returning different objects and need to be merged and give single pyfpdf object and passed it to output function of pyfpdf. Any help would be appreciated. I know it can be done with the help pdf_object('savefile.pdf','S').
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I would like a pdf form to be submitted to my library without having the user to select the file. Is this possible to do this without having to code?
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Hi,
I have an email server Mail Deamon from Alt-N and once in a while (quite often) my users receives email where the attachment is trucken. Let say the initial pdf was 10mb and my user receives an almost empty pdf of juste a couple of bytes.
I am an Exchange admin and don't know much about Deamon: so where would I start?
tx!
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I have a user who has Acrobat DC Standard  installed, been working fine with no issues.
Suddenly he downloads PDF from his customers site, when he views the embedded pictures do not display.
However if he opens in reader they display no issues.
Other in the office can download, open and view with no issues.
Note: He can open other PDF on his system no issues, he can download and open other PDFs from another folder in the customers site with no issues.

I thought at first something wrong with customer PDF,  but no one else in office is having this issue with download and same files.

I did updates, repair and reinstall to acrobat  no joy.
Windows 10 System fully updated

The only thing I have not tried yet is a restore back to earlier date, will be trying that later this morning he has to get through his emails first

Any suggestions welcomed
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Standalone open source or commerical software which uses Google OCR to be used.

Assume i bought and have the valid Google Vision API credentials and would like to know does any standalone open source or commercial client is available which is already integrated with Google Vision API which has other features as well.

Basically want to convert image to text....bulk conversion etc. via an application,

Thanks.
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I am a novice at best with acrobat and trying to calculate the number of a particular value from a drop down and have as a total at the bottom, please assist. Please see below

Status: GO
Status: No-Go

Need to calculate how many go's in one box at the bottom and the number of no-go's in another box. All of the drop down boxes are named status 1-8.
Armed-Guard-Validation-Assessment.pdf
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Adobe Acrobat

10K

Solutions

11K

Contributors

Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Adobe Reader), Acrobat (formerly Acrobat Exchange) and Acrobat.com. The commercial proprietary Acrobat, available for Microsoft Windows and OS X only, can also create, edit, convert, digitally sign, encrypt, export and publish PDF files.