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  1. Problems faced while using Dc pro.

    Sir I am using Adobe acrobat Dc pro version and I have been able to just export three pdf files to word files and it is not working .

    2 votes

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    1 comment  ·  Exporting PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello Vishal,

    We apologize for the issue you faced.
    Could you please help me with the following information to get clarity on the workflow:

    → The Acrobat dot version you are using
    → The OS platform you are on
    → A screenshot of the message that you are getting

    Thanks for your patience and continued support to Acrobat.

    Regards,
    Adobe Acrobat Team

  2. Exporting a PDF as a .docx should preserve the formatting

    The .docx document created does not save formatting to allow updating of TOC or figures. It also removes spaces in some places. I understand from your tech support that this is not a P1 bug, but rather a feature that does not exist. This is a huge short coming as it really makes updating the document difficult. There should at least be a message warning the user that these features are not saved if one tries to export a PDF to MSW.
    Also, saving changes to the now .docx document will arbitrarily remove some spaces between words

    1 vote

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    2 comments  ·  Exporting PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  3. Exporting to jpg format excludes markups and comments

    In acrobat XI, text boxes and other markups added in adobe are excluded when exported to jpg format.

    Exports to tiff format work correctly.

    Workaround: export to tiff and then convert to jpg

    2 votes

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    0 comments  ·  Exporting PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  4. HTML export

    There should be an option to export one PDF file to one HTML file. It should export it like if there is only one symbol in PDF.

    1 vote

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  5. white box around text - Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    I've got some text layers 95% opacity with drop shadow applied on Illustrator. Those Ai files are linked into a Indesign doc, exported as PDF but when I view the artworks on Adobe Acrobat Pro DC (version attached) there is a white box around the text. This only happens on Adobe Acrobat. If I use Mac Preview it looks fine. I can only fix the issue if I make the text layer 100% opacity in Illustrator. This bug only happens when the doc is viewed on any zooms that are 100% or less. It looks fine on 125% or over…

    2 votes

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    2 comments  ·  Exporting PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  6. PDF to Word in Full Justify

    I have a document that is in full justification, but when I export to Word it doesn't hold the full justification. Can you advise why that would be

    2 votes

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  7. Bug: Cannot convert PDF to Word when temp folder is Directory Junction in windows

    Cannot convert PDF to word when temp folder is Directory Junction in Windows.

    Steps to reproduce the issue:
    1. Create a Directory Junction for %temp% using mklink /J %temp% X:\temp_dst
    2. Try convert a pdf file to word (also as powerpoint, excel)

    Environment:
    OS: Windows 7 x64 Traditional Chinese
    Acrobat Version: 2018.009.20044

    Expected result:
    Word file create correctly.

    Observed result:
    A dialog say: "Save As failed to process this document. No file was created."

    Screenshot of temp directory and pdf file are attached.

    1 vote

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  8. Exporting files to Word automatically defaults to "Do not spell check" .

    When exporting a PDF to Word, the files automatically default to Turn Spell Check off. This has caused numerous errors in my documents as spell check is an necessary function. This is under the Review tab, language Function in Word. I don't understand why Adobe would default to that. It did not used to do that. At the very least, you should offer the option to the individual doing to conversion to have the choice in their setup.

    1 vote

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  9. ERRO NA CONVERSÃO DE PDF PARA EXCEL

    Bom dia,
    Ao converter o arquivo (em anexo) em formato - PDF para EXCEL a conversão fica bem desalinhada.
    O que poderia ser?

    1 vote

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  10. 5 votes

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  11. Soft and hard hyphens in German text

    German, as we know, is a language with some very long words. Therefore it is very common that words will be automatically split across lines, using what we used to call a "soft" hyphen. When exporting a PDF in German to a Word document, this "soft" hyphen is not distinguished from a "hard" hyphen (i.e. one which is produced by a key-stroke (as in the hyphen used just then).
    I was asked yesterday to "Compare" a revised document in German (submitted as a pdf) with a former version in Word, and submit an estimate for updating the English translation. The…

    2 votes

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  12. Adobe Acrobat Pro bug - extracting text with ligatures

    This is about both editing and exporting PDFs.
    The attached PDF has an explicit explanation of the issues + screenshots. Text from the attached file goes right here.

    I’ve got Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2015 Release Version 2015.006.30355.

    On Web page https://www.zm.gov.lv/mezi/statiskas-lapas/nozares-informacija/buklets-meza-nozare-latvija-?nid=1088#jump
    ..there is a link to a PDF file "Latvia's Forests During 20 Years of Independence" 2010, https://www.zm.gov.lv/public/ck/files/ZM/mezhi/buklets/MN20EN.pdf
    The PDF file seems to be a nicely composed PDF with Adobe InDesign CS5.5 (7.5.2).
    The font used, Museo Slab is a publicly available font, I bet it should not have any major issues.

    In the said file, page…

    8 votes

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  13. Incorrect conversion of Greek letters

    Hi,
    We use Adobe Reader Pro to convert PDFs to DOCX. However, there is a problem when we are trying to convert a PDF having some greek letters (please check the screen I have attached). For example, lowercase Greek Delta is being converted into uppercase Gamma. Is there any possibility to change this behaviour to the correct one?

    Regards

    3 votes

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  14. Vector Rasterise

    Rasterise all vectors option in the export PDF dialogue window.

    I use lots of detailed vector files in my layouts and when producing PDF's for approval this can be an issue as the files sizes can be too big to send back and forth over email. There are numerous work arounds but none really give a seamless document flow that should happen. Making a JPEG of my files and placing those instead of eps or ai files can be a headache also.

    1 vote

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  15. Export to Keynote

    Exporting to Keynote similar to Export to powerpoint.

    2 votes

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  16. Slight problem converting from Adobe PDF to Microsoft Word (.docx)

    The type and spacing are out of sorts - especially if a graph happens to be in the paper. You have to essential hand type in the data to make sure all data it's aligned properly. Often font changes, as does spacing. This just requires extra attention, and editing. Apart from that - great program!

    4 votes

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  17. Add feature to download images from pdf

    give an option in right click to download and image in pdf

    7 votes

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  18. Snapshot of PDF page for export to JPG has bugs

    If you open those files in Acrobat, and use the snapshot feature, then "control-a" to select everything, you will see differences in each one. In each case, on the right side, the app selects more than it should be selecting. For example, the sample with inset and color has a small band of white on the right side that is included in the selection that should not be. This was a bug in Acrobat 9. I was hoping to find this problem fixed in this version, but it is not. I only discovered this recently, because I started adding background…

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  19. Latest updated version Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2017.012.20095 problem

    The latest version is taking too much time while saving the file. Sometime the latest version gets corrupted after saving. We fill that the older version was better.

    9 votes

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  20. Export to MS Word without putting every **** piece of text in a text box

    I can see certain documents were created in MS Word with simple follow on/flowing text and standard paragraph styles ie no **** text boxes. Even with the export options turned off, Acrobat does this incredibly annoying export to text boxes where it is simply run-on (flowing) text. You then have to extract the text, box by box to get the document to be in an editable form. Even exporting to rtf has similar issues. Exporting to plain text means you have to format.

    In the end, you waste valuable time either extracting the text or having to reformat the text…

    7 votes

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