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306 votesUnder review · 49 comments · Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
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There is no 50 pages limit for number of pages to be printed.
Can you share what issue you are facing and the steps as well?
Please have a look at below link. It will let you know the way to turn off automatic OCR.
Let us know if it works for you.
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When I edit a document, I do not necessarily want to edit existing text. I do not want Acrobat to do an OCR process on the document and create uncountable text boxes (that can easily be messed up), when all I wanted to do was either crop the image or add a text box. Please allow the OCR conversion to be toggled off.
Also when scanning, if you go into an option like increase resolution, all of the changes (like selection of document size) made on the previous screen are lost and have to be entered again Too time consuming!