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  1. Convert current web page to an Adobe PDF file

    I have Adobe Creative Cloud with Adobe DC et al. Up to today I have easily & successfully clicked the 'Convert current web page to an Adobe PDF file' icon in my browser tool bar.

    Today, it does nothing & doesn't generate the PDF.

    No updates have been done to my machine, system or OS or browser.

    When I try to launch Adobe DC & try the same function via File>Create>PDF from Webpage it generates a PDF with the title on the top line & the URL at the bottom line & an empty file. So, in other words, useless.

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  2. When in Acrobat DC with several open tabs; have the ability to combine the tabs into one pdf.

    Would like to be able to select open tabs and combine/save them as one pdf rather than go out to the combine pdf function and drop/select them. Since they are already open and have been updated, now want to combine the tabs and not save the files separately and then use the regular combine function.

    1 vote

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  3. Append all links in document

    Provide the ability to append all the links and view all links in a pdf document without going page by page. Creating PDFs from a web page using multiple levels is not an option for many websites, and appending page by page is ridiculously time consuming.

    1 vote

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  4. Combine Files should sort the file names with numbers numerically not alphabetically

    When I use the Combine Files feature with files named with numbers, they are sorted alphabetically rather than numerically.
    For example, instead of getting a file sorted:
    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, etc.
    I get this sorting:
    1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 20, 21, 22, 3, 30, 31, etc.

    2 votes

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  5. 2 votes

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  6. Create Portfolio

    When I create a "combined pdf" from several files, using Acrobat Pro DC, the first page of the resulting pdf portfolio "forces" one to download Acrobat Reader. I use a Mac and my preferred pdf reader is Preview so I do not then have Acrobat Reader installed on my Mac any longer. Why am I forced to download Reader?

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  7. Convert Email Attachments to PDF in Combine Files Feature.

    I can drag and drop emails from Outlook into the Combine Files Window, however, when you "combine" the files, the attachments are embedded rather than attached at the end of each email. You can manually convert each email in Outlook with attachments in that fashion, but when you have 100+ emails with attachments, that just doesn't work.

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  8. change of word format particularly drawings and call outs

    for some reason when I have inserted a drawing and then inserted a call out over this drawing to identify things for my clients, when I create a PDF it either doesn't show the arrow correctly, or covers up areas with a blank spot. it has never done this before, it doesn't do it all the time either, even in the same document some will be exactly as they are represented in word, others not. makes my reports look very amateurish

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    2 comments  ·  Creating PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Keith

    Given other high priority items, we have decided to not fix this issue.
    As a workaround, you can un-check the preference to upload to Document cloud and convert the file locally itself.
    Here are the steps:

    Open Acrobat
    Go to Tools > Create PDF > Single file
    click on “Select a file”
    In the file picker dialog, select the Word file and uncheck the preference " Use Adobe Create PDF cloud service"
    click on Open

    and then create the PDF

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks
    Tanvi

  9. Microsoft hyperlink accessibility through pdf conversion

    If you add a pdf link in word it will not be accessible when you CONVERT the document to pdf. BUT if you create a pdf using the word file, the links created in the word document will be accessible. My request is that you make the hyperlinks accessible through pdf conversion as well. MEANING, please have the accessible when you file>>save as >> pdf.

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  10. Make Adobe Pro compatible with Chrome please

    Make Adobe Pro compatible with Chrome please so that it can convert web pages to pdf files.

    1 vote

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  11. When I choose File>Create>Combine Files into a Single PDF, It should combine files into a single PDF, notAdobe Acrobat Pro DC 2018.011.20040

    Bug
    When I choose File>Create>Combine Files into a Single PDF,
    It should COMBINE FILES INTO A SINGLE PDF, not create a portfolio, which is what it does.

    Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2018.011.20040
    Windows 10 64bit

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  13. please allow when you convert "type" files from multiple folders they remain in the same folders... I have a major snafu all my conversions

    include a feature when converting files they remain in the same folder / directory to avoid major file displacements...

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

    Hi

    Please try creating from File > Create > Create Multiple PDF files
    Add the files that you want and as you press OK, click on “The Same folder selected at the start” when asked for target folder.

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks
    Tanvi

  14. Rotate single document before saving/combining multipage pdf

    When combining files/multiple pages into single pdf file, some pages maybe oriented horizontal vs vertical. It would be nice to be able to rotate all the pages to the same orientation prior to binding all the files.
    Just a thought. This feature maybe in the program already and I just don't see it. I know you can do it from a single page, this is just to skip that step of doing it in one aspect of the program and saving then doing the 2nd combine step. Just a though

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  15. Ability to Hide Toolbars in a Portfolio like Adobe XI

    In Adobe XI, we were able to hide the Editing Tools and toolbars in a Portfolio, so when we sent it to a client, they were able to only view the documents. Can we please get that capability back in Adobe Acrobat 2017?

    1 vote

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  16. Combining files

    As a new user of Acrobat DC, I combine 2 files and save the portfolio. When I open up my new combined file there is a column panel on the left that shows the 2 documents that I combined. I cannot scroll through my new combined document from page 1 to the end. Rather, I must use arrows to toggle between my 2 documents. What am I missing to see it as one new combined document? Thanks.

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    Resolved  ·  mrraj@adobe.com responded

    Hi ,

    To keep links in converted pdf, please apply/check motioned setting:
    Launch Visio, got to menu Acrobat→ Preferences. In Acrobat PDFMaker Setting select/check “Add Links” under “Application Setting”.
    Now convert the visio file to pdf and let us know if you face any problem.

    Thanks,
    Mridula

  18. Combine Emails and Attachments

    I'd love for Adobe to add support for combining and convert email attachments. We use Adobe Acrobat for bulk printing, and it would be wonderful if we could load email messages (.msg) files in the combine files to Adobe box, and then print them.

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    Hi

    This is already present in Acrobat – Combine menu.
    1. click on File>Create > Combine Files into Single PDF.
    2. Click on Add Files dropdown and select Add Email.

    Alternatively, you can drag and drop emails on Acrobat’s combine window.

    Thanks
    Tanvi

  19. Choose pages option in Combine

    As with Acrobat 9 Pro, your new DC versions needs a "choose pages or select pages" option when combining multiple documents into one pdf. The old version easily allowed you to select the individual document, and enter that you wanted to include only pages 1-22, 56-68, 543. Only these pages would be included. With DC I was just told by your customer support team that I would need to expand the document, and scroll through what could be a 1,000 page document and hand select the pages I need. Will not purchase program if this is the only way to…

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    Resolved  ·  mrraj@adobe.com responded

    Hi Liz G,

    Sorry for the late reply.
    Selecting page range for combing is already present in combine feature of Acrobat.
    After adding the file switch to list view of combine and Select the pdf you want to choose mention the range and click on “Page Range”. choose your page range (eg 1-5,10-12 etc). Combine to get desire result.

    Thanks,
    Mridula

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    Hi Laura

    Seems like your default Excel handler is changed to Acrobat. You can change the default Excel handler by following steps:

    1. right-click on any Excel file.
    2. Go to Properties.
    3. Click on “Change…” button against "Opens With: " and select Excel from the list of apps. If you don’t see it, click on More Apps or navigate to your Excel install location where you can find excel.exe
    4. Once done, click on Apply > OK.

    It should work fine now.

    Thanks
    Tanvi

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