Tag: preferences

What’s your preference, sir?

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A common complaint is that software doesn’t behave like it should. For example, word-processing packages might make unsolicited spelling suggestions when the program doesn’t recognise a word, which can be frustrating for those writing jargon-heavy text (e.g., for legal documents). In this article, PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson notes that the solution, in many cases, might be to configure the relevant program’s preferences correctly.

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MacFixit posts fix for slow Acrobat 6, Reader 6 printing

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MacFixit.com suggests that deleting Preferences
files for Acrobat 6 or Reader 6 under Mac OS X may
resolve a significant printing slowdown some users
have reported after upgrading.

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Configuring the Pages Pane in Acrobat

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The default layout of the Pages pane displays a single column of small thumbnail pictures of the pages. When working with a very large document, you might want to make the thumbnails smaller and increase the number of thumbnail columns to see more at once. We explore the Pages pane.

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Controling How Your PDF Displays on Opening

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To control how your PDF files are opened you need to adjust the Open Settings.

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Making Your Palettes Float

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Did you know that the Thumbnails, Bookmarks, Annotations, Signatures, Destinations and Article Tabs can be made to float?

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Setting the Default Notes Color and Title

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If you don’t like the current Notes Color or you want to change the title of your notes, then read on.

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