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    16 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    David Wolfe commented  · 

    All of the functionality of the rarely-used "Home", "Tools", "Document" buttons, as well as the right-side "Share link" . . . "profile" buttons (all highlighted red), are easily accessible using keyboard shortcuts and/or menu commands. Yet the inability to remove them results in us frequently not being able to see the other Toolbar customizations we have made to enable more efficient use of the application (are highlighted green shows customized tools have been truncated). Please allow removal of these items from the toolbar. Those who will frequently use them will keep them. But the majority of Acrobat Pro users do not need them frequently enough for them to be given such immobile, prominent screen real estate.

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    Hi,

    We are delighted to share with you that Acrobat and Reader Desktop release for DC Continuous (21.007.20091) is Live now and this Takes care of the Feature Request to Change the Display Size of the Acrobat without changing the Scaling/Resolution of the machine. This can be Done from “View” → “Display Size”. For now this is avaialble for windows only.

    More Info Here : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/whats-new.html and go to “Change Acrobat Display Size”

    Please update your Acrobat (It should Auto update or you should do Help → Check for updates) and let us know your Feedback.

    Thanks
    Ayush Jain

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    David Wolfe commented  · 

    I think we all know how to customize our Quick Tools. The problem is that, absent an extremely high-resolution monitor in Landscape mode with the Acrobat window sized to fill the screen width, our important set of customized Quick Tools is mostly hidden—even if, as I have shown here, we have hidden all icons we are able to hide.

    Here, my customized Quick Tools are outlined in green. Outlined in red are icons and text that I cannot (or at least cannot figure out how to) remove, which occupy a great deal of screen width, and for which there are menu commands for easily accessing those functions the rare time they are needed.

    Please let us remove these from the Toolbar.

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    2 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » Exporting PDFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    David Wolfe commented  · 

    Something you might want to check—it may or may not solve your issue. I have long seen similar artifacts on PDFs exported from Illustrator and/or InDesign with transparency—at least since Acrobat 8. Sometimes they would appear as a thin white line around the transparent object, too. Usually they are just screen drawing issues that do not affect printing. Turning on Overprint Preview in Acrobat shows them as they will print (Print Production Tool > Output Preview > Simulate Overprinting).