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I fixed this problem by going to Chrome://extensions Because I have Adobe Acrobat installed on my computer, the extension was present, but defaulted to 'disabled'. Toggling to 'enabled' now triggers a pop-up when clicking pdf links, to 'Open in Acrobat'
There is a way to do it in Terminal. In Adobe Acrobat, save file as a Postscript file. I generally save it to my desktop. Then, open Terminal and browse to desktop by typing cd ~/Desktop. Then, enter the command pstopdf filename.ps On the desktop, there should be a new PDF file. It can now be opened by Preview.
A simple solution is add a blank page next to the first page of the document. So it shifts all pages. Use it from Edit > Insert Blank Page.
Workaround (Working for most people) : Open the PDF in Chrome (or Firefox) and then Print it to PDF as destination.
I eventually solved the problem by hard-linking the files between my folder and the com.apple.BKAgentService folder, with the aid of some shell scripts to automate the process. Everything still seems to be working fine.
Briss is wonderful, exactly what we needed to divide each sheet from a pdf file into two parts. To create the selection for the second half of the page, draw a border on the uncovered portion of the first selection on the pdf page. To display sizes right click on the every selection, and select "Select / Deselect rectangle". Also, you can read the help :). ...
I know this is an old answer, and full disclosure -- I'm the developer, but I wrote a pretty simple app that turns a scanned PDF into a searchable one using OCR. It's called Elucidate and available on the Mac App Store. It doesn't offer signing capabilities, but you could easily run the output PDF through Preview to use its built-in signing capabilities.
Preview app and the jpg and png file formats do not have this capability. You'll need a layered image editor like the affordable Pixelmator, Acorn, or the expensive kitchen sink Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
I don't know any app like that. You can simply to convert any .doc to .pdf over the internet, on several websites.
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