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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    This is caused by a setting in your systems Acrobat Preferences - under General - Basic Tools you have "Create links from URLs" selected. This tells Acrobat to find strings of text that look like URLs and makes them clickable. You can turn this off on you computer -- it is not a setting that affects the document itself.

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    If you tag the text (as you would do for accessibility) you may then be able to separate pieces of text into separate blocks in the Content Panel.

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    Recently had a similar problem. Working in a 58 page tagged document. One page "disappeared" and the page following duplicated itself. I was doing routine clean up in the Tags Panel, not flattening. Could not reproduce the problem. Not really sure when in my workflow it occurred as several previous version had the duplicated/deleted page.

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    Hi Rae,
    I checked the details provided by you. There is no issue here. If you open the original file and click on Actual Size in menu, you will see the same exact view that you see after reflow. The view is actually shown in actual size after reflow.
    Keep the view in Zoom to Page Level to see the full page view.

    Please confirm if this resolves your concerns.

    Thanks
    Rachit

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    Why is this still marked NEED INFO when I replied with attachments on 2/12 (see comments below) ?

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    Hello and thanks for your prompt reply
    1. Acrobat DC Pro 21.001.20135
    2. Windows 10 Enterprise Version 20H2 OS Build 19042.746
    3. Files attached
    4. Video:
    https://www.screencast.com/t/zskUocUU24

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    I have voted for this feature. Thousands of an inch matter. This issue reminds me of 20 years ago when it was discovered 2 horizontal lines on master pages I had created were misaligned by perhaps 1/2 point? 1/2 point is .0069 inch. I questioned this level of precision. I survived and learned, but not without consequences in a team environment were every mistake (prepress or personal, I fear) was profoundly made public. I'm no longer in prepress but that level of attention to detail persists in my work. Thousands of an inch matter and the scope should include all objects, form fields, graphics, and text.

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    Rae Benedetto commented  · 

    Hello, I was searching for a way to adjust the "nudge" of objects in Acrobat DC this morning. and I found another forum and a free script that may or may not solve your problem. I have not tried this script, and it is not said to work on objects other than form fields. Here is a link to that other discussion https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2362852 and link to script provided there. http://try67.blogspot.com/2011/08/acrobat-move-field-precisely.html
    If *nothing else* this should indicate to Adobe engineers that this is an issue that has been raised before and something users need.

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