Acrobat Pro Feature Request
I have a document that is approximately 6x3". I need to output this document to two different PDF deliverable files:
1) at the 6"x3" size, for use on a tiny screen
2) on 8.5"x11" size with 3 tiny pages per sheet, for efficient printout on standard paper or viewing in PDF
I save my source content to the 6"x3" size and get a beautiful PDF file. Deliverable 1 looks great.
But, I cannot save my source content to PDF with multiple pages per sheet (from Word).
Also, from Acrobat, I cannot save the output 1 file to a PDF with 3 pages per sheet to get high-quality deliverable #2 files.
The workaround I'm currently using (which results in poor image quality, mostly dumb/broken PDF file, and virtually no control over settings): I PRINT the option 1 deliverable to the Printer "Adobe PDF", under Page Sizing & Handling, select Multiple > Pages per sheet: Custom, 1 by 3; Page order: Vertical. Refer to the attached screenshot of my printer settings and the print preview for what I'm trying to achieve.
The result is a pretty ugly, useless PDF file. But, it's printable on normal office paper (double-sided if you like). A Save As option that allows alignment of multiple pages on one PDF page would solve the whole messy problem and save steps, too. (Happy customers and document readers!)
Summary: I would like to be able to Save As PDF from within Acrobat Pro and have the option of laying out the pages as shown in my work-around screenshot. This way, the image quality, hyperlinks, etc. will work and be optimal.
I'm on Windows 10, Acrobat Pro DC V 2021.007.20099