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  1. Print to PDF from IT2 changing text into Hexidecimal /random alphanumeric

    was trying to create a pdf from software ( IT2 ) but when i print to Adobe PDF it converts the text / numbers into what looks like Hexidecimal or ASCII.

    work around is to use snag it first then print to adobe pdf.

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  2. Slow print speed on certain pages from large documents

    Hello,

    in Acrobat Pro DC 2017 and Acrobat Reader DC 2017, the software often stucks during print of certain pages. Compared 1:1 to Reader XI, the old version also takes more time for these pages compared to the other ones but there is a large difference between there versions. In the attached screenshots you can see the difference between these two versions with the printing job started at the same time. The problem occurs while using Windows 7 and Windows 10.

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    Resolved  ·  pooja . responded

    Hi,

    Thanks for your valuable feedback.
    Adobe is working with Microsoft to resolve the problem. Meanwhile, you can manually tweak the registry as a workaround,
    Steps:
    1. Open the registry by going to Run (Windows menu + R), typing regedit.exe, and then clicking OK.
    2.Do the following:

    Based on your installed version of product and release, navigate to the location and create a corresponding key of type DWORD (Wow6432Node only if your machine is 64-bit).
    Create the key FeatureState at the location listed below; the key is not present by default.
    For Acrobat DC 2017:

    Key: 4033257
    Location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\(Wow6432Node)\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\DC\FeatureState

    For more refer to page https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/prn-files-using-pcl-printing-increases-file-size.html
    Is this resolve your issue?

    Best Regards!

  3. Bug - Comments don't print

    A document was scanned and sent to a client, and they digitally signed it with either an app or a program, and returned it to us. Adobe Acrobat recognized these signatures as pencil edits, but would not print them. I could create additional pencil edits, and those would show up when printing, but not the original ones.

    "Document and Markups" was selected in the Comments & Forms section of the print options dialog box.
    "Print Notes and Popups" was enabled in the Comment preferences.

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  4. Adobe Distiller: erasepage erroneously transmits a page

    The operator ‘showpage’ should push a piece of paper through the printer; ‘erasepage’ should not. Analogously, erasepage should not add a page to a PDF.

    In XI Pro 11.0.21 (26/07/2017), the following code makes a two-page file, the second page being blank. It should be a one-pager. This bug has cost me hours of attempting to debug my PostScript.

    %!PS

    /Helvetica-Bold 36 selectfont

    36 36 moveto (First page) show
    showpage

    36 36 moveto (Second page) show
    erasepage

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  5. Background colour in file disappears in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Customer sent in a business card as a pdf file. I open the file in Adobe Acrobat 10 is shows the complete card with colored background. I open the same file in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and the coloured background is no longer there and will not print as part of the card. If i open the said file in Illustrator and resave it as a pdf, it appears on Acrobat DC. This situation has occurred 3 or 4 times since getting DC approx. 1 month ago. Not very confident in Adobe DC printing what is in file.

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  6. Force comment and form print parameters for Acrobat Pro XI for windows

    To force the print parameters comments and forms to documents and annotations.
    The users can not change this options.

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