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

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    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

  2. I'm on MAC and I'm used to seamlessly combining .ai files into a .pdf easily with the Combine feature in Acrobat. Some of my peers would benefit from this greatly also but they are on PC and it appears on PC Acrobat can open and view .ai files but it will not acknowledge .ai files in the Combine feature. This feels like an oversight or bug since it clearly works fine on MAC. Can we please have equal support for this on PC as well? It makes it much easier for creatives to work smoothly with other areas of the…

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    Hi

    Thanks for your feature request.
    I am not sure how you are able to combine .ai files on Mac using Acrobat as we do not have this support neither for Windows nor for Mac for .ai files.
    However, we have taken your feature request. It is under review.

    Thanks
    Tanvi

  3. Bug not resolved.
    In "From" field only shows the name of the email account but
    doesn't show its email account between "< ... >", like in
    previous releases.
    System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro x64 (updated) //
    Microsoft Outlook 2016 (updated) // Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
    2018.011.20038

    (*) Compare results with, for example, Foxit PhantomPDF addon for Outlook.

    5 votes

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    Planned  ·  mrraj@adobe.com responded

    Thanks for raising your concern, this is know issue and we are working on it.
    Will keep you posted.

    Thanks,
    Mridula

  4. I would like to be able to create a pdf using only part of a document using the Acrobat add-in for Microsoft Office.

    It is important that the section of the document contain all the bookmarks relevant to that sections.

    Extracting pages from the full document leads to a pdf with no bookmarks.

    The only way I've found so far is to delete the unwanted pages and then to delete the unwant4ed bookamerks.

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  5. We use text boxes or callout tool to "balloon" customer prints with several different colors representing the type of feature or dimension. Would like to be able to view the different colors by "groups" or "layers" in any combination. Current use of layers does not work as it imports each separate ballooned print over the other and are only visible by toggling between but not in combination with each other. Have talked to adobe direct and verified there is no support for this type of function at this time. Seems like a simple feature to me, we have used this…

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  6. Steps to reproduce:
    1. In Acrobat, click on "Combine files into a single PDF".
    2. Choose files to combine and press "Combine files".

    Environment: macOS 10.13.3, Acrobat Pro DC (2015.006.30417)

    Expected result:
    - Files are combined into a single PDF, which is shown in open window.
    - Nothing else.

    Observed result:
    - Files are combined into a single PDF, which is shown in open window.
    - The "Combine Files" box opens again. Even after clicking on "Cancel", the box re-opens.
    - Only clicking on the red cross in the top right-hand corner closes the window.

    2 votes

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  7. I want to set the "DEFAULT" for the initial view for all pdf documents that I create. I am sick and tired of setting the "initial views" for each and every PDF that I create. Please program a preference that automates the way to set a users preference for creating files with a preset initial view.

    10 votes

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  8. 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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  9. Allow users to select which sheets they need when combining macro enabled excel sheets like it does when combining non macro enabled excel sheets.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for bringing this issue to our notice. Your valuable feedback helps us improving our product. We have logged a feature request for this issue. While we do not have any plans to work on it in immediate future, we’ll have it in our radar and might revisit at an appropriate time in future.

    With Best Regards!

  10. 7 votes

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  11. 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  ·  2 comments  ·  Creating PDFs  ·  Admin →
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  12. 1 vote

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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

  13. Steps to reproduce:

    • Create Word document in Word 2016 for Mac
      • using League Gothic, Monserrat, and Goudy Old Style fonts
    • Click "Create PDF" under the Acrobat tab in the Ribbon
      • allow it to create with the Adobe Create PDF cloud service
    • Check created PDF

    Expected to see:
    - League Gothic, Monserrat, and Goudy Old Style fonts

    Observed:
    - All fonts replaced with Times New Roman

    OS: macOS 10.13.2
    MS: Word 2016 (version 15.41)
    Adobe: CC, Acrobat Pro DC (version 2018.009.20050)

    14 votes

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  14. 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

  15. 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.

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  16. When I convert my Excel for Mac doc (with clickable url links) the links do not work in the resulting PDF. Please advise.

    2 votes

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  17. When you combined individual subfolders within a master folder when creating a PDF Portfolio, the previous Acrobat Pro allowed you to do this feature with one click. The current Acrobat Pro DC software requires that you create a portfolio and manually add the individual folders. Please add back the option for the one-click subfolder integration!

    10 votes

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  18. 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…

    3 votes

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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

  19. 1 vote

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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

  20. .eml formats are not currently supported by Adobe Acrobat to be able to convert these files into a pdf format. Please support this format.

    4 votes

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