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  1. PDFMaker causes Character Encoding failure

    Steps to reproduce the issue:
    1. Type text in any of the below affected scripts in Word:
    - Devanagari
    - Bengali
    - Telugu
    - Tamil
    - Arabic
    - Gujarati
    - Kannada
    - Malayalam
    - Myanmar
    - Sinhala
    2. Export the document to PDF with Acrobat > Create PDF.
    3. Run the Accessibility Check.

    Environment (OS, other related application versions, etc.):
    OS: Windows 10
    Word: 2102 (Build 13801.20360)
    Acrobat Pro DC: 21.001.20145

    Expected result:
    Characters originally encoded at valid Unicode codepoints in Word should not cause Character Encoding issues in Acrobat Pro DC's Accessibility Check.

    Observed results:
    Some Unicode characters in…

    2 votes

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  2. 'Create PDF From Clipboard' Eventually Corrupts Clipboard on Windows 10 (BUG)

    Open a viewing system such as Hathi Trust or an ebook platform. Copy a page image, 'Create PDF from Clipboard'. Repeat more than 15 times. On some occasions you cannot then create a PDF from all the open pages. However, after doing this it is then impossible to copy and paste in other windows applications as it appears that the windows clipboard has become corrupted by acrobat. A full reboot is required to fix this.

    1 vote

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  3. Combine Files result loses focus to last-selected open document.

    My specs are in the attached screenshots.

    Note: I had problems with Acrobat yesterday, so this morning I uninstalled/reinstalled the app via the Creative Cloud app.

    1. With one or more PDFs open, choose File > Create > Combine Files into a Single PDF….

    2. Add any number of files using the Add Files… command or by clicking the Add Files button.

    3. Click the Combine button.

    4. When the resulting PDF appears (Binder[n].pdf), focus returns to the last-selected open PDF.

    In general the first thing I want to do when the combined file appears is save and rename it.

    It's minor but frustrating…

    1 vote

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  4. Convert from Png or Jpg to PDF

    Before i was able to convert from image file to PDF but now there is a problem and can not covert.

    1 vote

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  5. save PDF to same folder as original file

    When I right click on a word or excel file and "convert to pdf" it would be better if the new pdf could save to the same folder as the original file by default. There should be an option to allow this, which I found to be a huge time saver when using Kofax Power PDF. The current adobe saving options only allow for using one pre-defined folder, or the last folder that something was saved to. This results in files being saved to the wrong location, or time wasted navigating to different folders every time.

    2 votes

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  6. Acrobat DC has a bug when combining files.

    Since switching over to Acrobat DC, when dragging and dropping files into the combine feature screen more often than not it will open the files instead of adding them to the list to be combined. This makes a slow process even more cumbersome.

    1 vote

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  7. PDF-Maker disables macros in vba/macro-enabled Word-Templates after pdf has been created

    Title says everything. I have a macro enabled word template. If i use the microsoft on board function "save as pdf", everthing works fine. If i use the PDF-Maker AddIn, my Macros get disabled after the pdf has been created.

    Environment: Word365, Latest Acrobat DC version, Windows 10 20H2

    1 vote

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  9. Standard Settings for PDF Maker

    For preparing manuals with PDF maker of Acrobat Pro, it is urgently required to be able to save more standard settings.

    I want new PDFs to be opened as a standard with bookmark window and page, as well of Zoom in full window size.

    This option must be saved individually for each PDF right now.

    1 vote

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  10. Acrobat saves prior version of file exported from Indesign and ignores subsequent version

    This is a horrendous bug that I can recreate umpteen times. If a file is exported from Indesign to Acrobat, and then the Indesign file is edited and re-exported to Acrobat, if you try to save the revised version in Acrobat, Acrobat saves the original version (which I presume it holds in memory) and ignores the revised version. The only fix I have found is to close Indesign and Acrobat and start again - this seems to clear the prior version from Acrobat. This is really dangerous for users and immensely inconvenient. Adobe please fix asap.

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  11. embedded

    When converting documents that contain embedded documents to PDF, the final product should keep those embedded documents intact instead of converting them to images - forcing you to go back one by one and reembed the document.

    1 vote

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  12. Acrobat DC - Please create version that will enable embeded video

    Adobe Team,

    I have created several thousand Acrobat DC PDFs that contain multiple embedded videos. All of those thousands of PDFs worked pretty much perfectly. Now, due to discontinuation of Flash, none work. I cannot create those PDFs with embedded video. What a nightmare. Please, if you can create a new version of Acrobat DC that restores the capability to embed video, I'll be happy to send flowers! Or money, how about money!? Everything else works fine with Acrobat DC... get the capability back! Thanks, Scott

    3 votes

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  13. Error with PDF Maker: missing <Document> tag

    When using PDF Maker 20 with MS Office 365, the tag tree is missing the document root tag. Has a Sect tag instead of Document tag.

    Please correct this tag structure to meet the PDF 2.0 tag standards requirements.

    Screen capture shows the error.

    3 votes

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  14. Access Error

    Won't let me create PDF from HTML doc's.
    Has been working up to Feb 5 2021 and now it states it doesn't recognize the file.
    If I can't use the app when needed, why am I charged every month for your service?

    Need this fixed or cancel service

    1 vote

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  15. Tracked changes - change bars functionality has changed

    Settings that resulted in change bars being present when converting a word document to a PDF - to highlight new or revised content have been changed and do not function now.

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  16. Skipped files in batch conversion of emails in an Outlook folder

    When doing a batch conversion of emails in an Outlook folder, all of the emails should be captured in a single PDF file. Unfortunately not all emails are converted? Is there a limtation of the size of PDF file? When will a file/email be skipped?

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  17. ادوبي يتعطل كثير

    ادوبي يعلق ويتعطل مما يجعل منه برنامج غير جيد ارجو تطويره كي لايضيع مجهودي بالكتابه والتعديل في لحظه

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  20. Converting MS emails .msg type files to PDF using 'Combine Files' Feature

    I would like to suggest .msg file type to be added to the list of supported files for multiple batch conversion to PDF using the 'Combine Files' feature.

    I sure many users would fine this feature useful, we receive a lot of documents many of the .msg file type we need to convert into one pdf bundle together with other types.

    I'm aware Acrobat has a plugin to support manual conversion of emails from Outlook to PDF, but it would be really beneficial if we could present emails and other supported files to Acrobat to convert as a batch without…

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