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I use Adobe acrobat to OCR in batch. My duplex scanner can OCR after scanning but the OCR technology in acrobat is more accurate in my opinion. I just point to there folder that has no OCR then acrobat re saves the PDF as a searchable PDF now including a text layer. If I wanted to OCR via command line, I don't know of a way but I can automate the GUI end by ...


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(My answer below applies to Safari 9.1.1 on Yosemite.) Using "Print to PDF" will apply whatever style sheet you have activated. If you are good enough with CSS to hack your own style sheet for printing, you can get the output look as you please: you can change the page sizes (even to very custom, non-standard ones), margins, font faces, font sizes, etc. ...


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Thanks to @IconDaemon, the solution is like this: cpdf -twoup-stack my-file.pdf -o out.pdf cpdf -rotate 90 out.pdf -o out2.pdf cpdf -scale-to-fit "210mm 297mm" out2.pdf -o my-file-collated.pdf rm out.pdf out2.pdf


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Someone else asked this here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6754677?start=0&tstart=0 The answer given was "It seem [sic] Preview in OS X has a capability of making a normal PDF (non-editable) editable and I'm guessing that it's doubling up on top of the editable symbol that's already in your editable PDF. I had the same problem and I was making ...


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According to me, the best way to resolve this, is to goto System Preferences -> General. Make sure "Ask to keep changes when closing documents" is selected. This will prevent accidental changes in PDF files, as well as other files when opened by other apps.


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Well, as has stated by others, preview cannot edit toc. I tried PDF SAM. To be honest, I think it's a bit user-unfriendly. Give it a try on Foxit Reader, free and elegant as on Windows platform, as shown below.


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I have found 2 PDF reader apps, both of which have free versions that at least allow me to rename my bookmarks and work well overall. PDF Reader X and Foxit reader. Both are on the apple app store.


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PDFpen allows editing bookmarks. PDFpenPro allows editing and creating bookmarks, organising bookmarks, and so on. They are actually marketed as PDF editors, not just readers. Both allow embedding all annotations into the document itself.


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Probably the easiest way to convert a Word Document to a PDF is to use Word Online, part of the free Office Online suite from Microsoft. Once your .doc or .docx file is open, you just select "Download as PDF" and you have your PDF file. This solution requires no 3rd party apps and does everything within the browser for free.


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Tried the notability way. It worked. Thanks Anthony. The steps I followed on iPad- Download Notability (I already had it for work reasons. It costs $2.99) Sync Notability to Google Drive Open Word Document from email in Notability. It auto-converted the document to Pdf. Email the document back from Notability to Email as Pdf. Additional steps I followed ...


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The 'compression type' (e.g. JPG, PNG, TIFF…) can vary from image to image within the PDF document, which is why it's not shown in the general document properties. Instead, use the Preflight function to analyse all document pages and get a list of page objects including every single embedded image and its compression/encoding method. Steps (based on Acrobat ...



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