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You can use Preview. Tools Menu/Annotate/Text, or it's the top right icon next to the search box, then icons appear below for annotation choices.
This looks to me like a shortcoming of the Word PDF export function. You may try it with the PDFMaker macro (coming with Acrobat). If the PDFMaker macro does not get it through, there is little chance that it is recognized by any PDF exporter. In this case, the simplest way to get the link back in is to open the PDF in Acrobat, use the Link tool and add the ...
I've just tested this with the following workflow, selecting the Legal Notices.pdf from Photoshop CC as my sample, and it worked fine, keeping all annotations on the PDF. One thing to note that may be causing the problem is that the PDF is not saved. When adding annotations to a PDF, don't forget to save the PDF before running the workflow. If Preview ...
AppleScript - Remove Files Added 5 Minutes Ago Elaborating on Lri’s answer, you could create a script that takes files that were downloaded 5 minutes ago and move them to the trash with a script like this (using Date Added sorting in Finder): set dirSel to path to downloads folder set timeInterval to -5 * 60 -- 1 measured in milliseconds e.g. -1*60 = 1 ...
You can use the "Save as PDF" option in the Print dialog (drop down is in lower left corner of the dialog window).
Recent versions of Mac OS X (definitely Mavericks 10.9, possibly Mountain Lion 10.8) have fixed this bug so that forms filled using Preview.app are properly compatible with Adobe Reader.
Just a blind guess: On the Macs with the issue, install RCDefaultApp, and use it to check if the settings for the mime type and .pdf extension are correct. Could be that they're linked to a Windows VM, for instance.
HTTP Header: Content-Disposition Have the server include an additional Content-Disposition header when serving the PDFs: Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="<MyPDF.pdf>" This provides the browser with a strong suggestion for the desired filename and suffix. See How to encode the filename parameter of Content-Disposition header in HTTP? for a ...
"Save as PDF" is essentially a digital copy of what you get if you were to print a specific page from Safari. This includes extra headers/footers that include the date, webpage, number of pages, web address, etc. "Export as PDF" is a simple snapshot of the page as is and does not include all of those extra details. From the few pages I've compared the ...
Export as PDF is a Safari-specific feature. The print-option is system-wide. In the case of Safari you'll also have your usual print-features that you can check or uncheck here such as printing the backgrounds as well as headers and footers
I found out that in Safari there's a Export PDF but print to PDF also works in Safari. However it seems that Print to PDF does not retain links in Chrome.
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