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  1. Creative Cloud download corrupted (?)

    I am a Creative Cloud user of multiple programs including Photoshop (no issues), InDesign (no issues), and others (no issues). However, a repeating error forces me to reinstall Creative Cloud, which is corrupted in some way that interferes only with Adobe Acrobat DC. After each new installation of CC, I can no longer create or edit PDFs. Error = "license or key is invalid or expired". Allowing tech support to access my computer remotely and remove the corrupted link works temporarily until I am once again forced to reinstall Creative Cloud. There's a bug in there somewhere!

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  2. 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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  3. 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.

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  4. 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

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  5. 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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  6. ability to import or convert heic images to pdf

    Apple phone are now creating images with this format. When trying to combine jpgs, pdfs and heic images into one pdf document, obviously there is an error because acrobat cannot open and convert the file to pdf as it can a jpg file. This format will soon be commonplace for millions of phones and devices and acrobat should add it to the types of files it supports

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  11. 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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  12. PDFMOutlookCore.dll bug


    1. PDFMOutlookCore.dll bug


    2. Since last out of cycle update on 2020-12-07 (also timestamp of the PDFMOutlookCore.dll the PDFMaker Add-in in Outlook works only shortly after Reboot for a few PDFs and then stops working, it then creates empty portfolios (see attached test.PDF) or pretents to do something but does not write any data/file to a PDF. PDF-Printing via Adobe-PDF still works from Outlook, but our Users are used to get their Work done exporting E-Mails via PDFMaker Add In.


    3. Environment: Windows Server 2016 Standard as Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Services, MS Office Standard 2019, Adobe Acrobat Standard DC continuous release, all in…

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  13. Acrobat ribbon not working in Office 365 (MacOS 11)

    The Acrobat ribbon doesn't work in Office 365 applications (Word, Excel and Power Point). The attached image shoes the current state of the ribbon.
    Office for Mac version: 16.44
    Adobe Acrobat Pro version: 2020.013.20074
    MacOS 11.1
    MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)

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  14. Acrobat PDFMaker -- incorrect and inconsistent page size printing from Excel

    When printing an Excel workbook, if any of the tabs have "autofit" turned on, or a Shrink to Fit percentage, the output PDF has different size pages, rather than being shrunk to fit.

    For example, print a simple workbook tab with 90% scaling on 8.5x11 paper, and the PDF created measures 9.44x12.22 inches. It should be 8.5x11 inches.

    This causes strange behavior during continuous scrolling, as the user expects to see the same size page boundary (A4/Letter) and they are all different. Other non-Adobe PDF software does not do this.

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  15. PowerPoint to pdf (no links)

    Convert big pptx files to pdf with external links (http...) in boxes not always work. It’s buggy and randomly create or not the links.

    On mac, and using the local service (not cloud, cos the fonts lost).

    Thks

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  16. Opening jpeg files from apple (heic)

    It is nessesary that Adobe Reader pro support files jpeg.
    Currently it is not completly supported bocouse files from Apple are not supported! Apple call this files as HEIC but it saved as jpeg.

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  17. Excel and Acrobat PDF both hang when cell edit mode and pasted into file name box

    Steps to reproduce


    1. In Excel, enter cell edit mode (e.g. pressing F2), copy the text in the cell

    2. Keep the cursor in the cell, print with "Acrobat PDF"

    3. When save dialog is displayed, paste into file name input box

    After this procedure, Excel and Acrobat PDF both hang up, and pdf file is not created.

    Environment
    * OS: Windows 10 2004 x64
    * Excel: 16.0.13426.20270
    * Acrobat DC: 20.013.20070

    Misc
    * In the case of "Microsoft Print to PDF", pdf file is normally created.

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  18. Microsoft Access Multipage

    I need Microsoft Access to "add in" or be able to create multiple documents into one pdf. I had this in an older version.

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  19. synctex integration to acrobat

    It would be extremely useful to those who use one of the various LaTeX typesetting engines (pdfLaTeX, XeLaTeX, LuaLaTeX, etc.) to have SyncTeX integration for Adobe Acrobat

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  20. Sorting when Merging Components of Portfolio to a Single PDF

    Right now, if I create a Portfolio using emails from outlook, I can sort the components by the email date so that they are sorted from earliest received to latest received. However when I open the portfolio, sort it, and select File > Create > Combine Files into a Single PDF > Add Open Files, the components of the Portfolio are sorted alphabetically instead of by the date as I have them displayed in the portfolio view panel. This means that I have to individually sort each component by date using the organize pages option before I can actually complete…

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