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Adobe Acrobat Reader download locations: a quick note

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/05

You can the final download locations through files like https://platformdl.adobe.com/adm/smanifest/readerdc_en_1801120058.xml, which contains https://ardownload2.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/AcrobatDC/1801120058/AcroRdrDC1801120058_en_US.exe

Related: [WayBack] Unorthodoxer Weg um an einen Offline Installer für Adobe Flash zu kommen – Administrator

–jeroen

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Adobe Acrobat Reader – Content Preparation Progress window

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/08

I hope this gets rid of the content preparation progress window:

Disable the screen reader options in Adobe Acrobat:

  1. Within Adobe Acrobat, go to “Edit > Preferences > Reading”
  2. Locate the “Screen Reader Options” section.
  3. In the ‘Page vs Document’ dropdown box choose “Only read the currently visible pages”, and uncheck “Confirm before tagging documents”.

–jeroen

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Anaylizing PDF files

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/10

A few things that failed/worked:

I still need to look at the Multivalent.jar when I have a system with Java again, as it is mentioned in [WayBack] pdf generation – Is there a tool to analyze a PDF in terms of fonts, objects, fields and their respective size (kb)? – Stack Overflow

References:

–jeroen

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Does anyone have a proper solution for message “content preparation progress” when opening a PDF file?

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/09/25

It drives me nuts as the below “content preparation progress” solution fails for me on a Windows 8 system having Adobe Reader XI.

Anyone that has a proper solution?

Solution

  1. Go to Edit > Preferences > Reading.
  2. Under “Screen Reader Options” select “Only read the currently visible pages”.

–jeroen

Source: Message “content preparation progress” when opening a PDF file

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How to automate Adobe Acrobat XI Standard to re-compress a lot of PDFs? – via: Super User

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/09/21

A while ago I asked compression – How to automate Adobe Acrobat XI Standard to re-compress a lot of PDFs? – Super User.

Back then it saved about 80% of the total file size. Very substantial.

Recently I needed to convert another (smaller, but still substantial) bunch of PDF documents and saw I forgot to post the solution here:
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