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Similar to what Chris and Tetsujin collectively said: Open System Preferences (Apple Menu, System Preferences...) Click "General" Make sure "Ask to keep changes when closing documents" and "Close windows when quitting an app" are both checked Go back to Preview, click the "Preview" menu, and click "Quit Preview"
Regardless of how you are creating them, you can create a Finder window with a smart search that shows files created within the last day, and then sort that window by creation date. The most recent file you've created will be on the top.
Are you sure it isn't a simple font substitution error? What font is the PDF rendered in? Do you have that font installed? Does the lab machine have it installed? Does the document you are pasting into use the same font as the source PDF? I did a simple test using your sample text, placed in a Word document (with ligatures enabled), then saved as a PDF ...
In Yosemite Preview: Select Tools > Annotate > Rectangle. This will create a rectangle with the default attributes. You can resize the rectangle with the handles. The Markup toolbar should appear automatically, but if it doesn't, choose View > Show Markup Toolbar. The second icon from the right is the fill color. Select that and click Show Colors... A ...
Sorry, but the plain terminal command defaults write com.apple.Preview PVPDFSuppressSidebarOnOpening true did not work for me. After, Preview.app opened again showing the sidebar. I had to: open (with Xcode) the file ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Preview.plist ; Add a new item in Root with item name PVPDFSuppressSidebarOnOpening, item type Boolean and ...
go to system preferences go to general turn on 'ask to save changes' http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2013/08/turning-off-auto-saving-in-textedit-and-other-mac-apps.html
Here is how to use Safari to print an image to span multiple pages: 1) Open the image to be printed in Safari. If it is a local file, then choose File -> Open File.... Or if you already have the file open in Preview, you can drag the icon of the file from the title bar of the Preview window onto the Safari window or Safari icon in the dock. ...
Why not the obvious? Acrobat Reader DC?
Maybe you could try PDFPen. It's a bit expensive thought. A trial is available https://smilesoftware.com/PDFpen/index.html For me Foxit Reader does the job.
A small JAVA program called Briss will do exactly this job. http://sourceforge.net/projects/briss/?source=typ_redirect
In Full Screen you can hide the sidebar by unselecting View>Always Show Sidebar (shortcut optioncommand1): To get rid of the side by side view you need to select View>Single Page (shortcut commmand2) instead of View>Two Pages:
Thanks SamH. Have you tried setting Preview to always open with the sidebar? You can do this in Preview menu > Preferences > PDF tab and selecting the checkbox for "Always show sidebar". I don't have that option:
I always ⌘+W to close the current preview then compile. Preview then reopens at the last position, with modifications. It's not that convenient, but works for me.
I needed to use defaults write com.apple.Preview PVPDFSuppressSidebarOnOpening 1 for it to work.
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