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Can I flatten a pdf in Acrobat?

by TSN79
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TSN79
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Apr15-08, 06:40 AM
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In Adobe Acrobat you've got some drawing and markup tools. When using these, what happens is that whatever you draw is placed "on top" of the pdf. Also, when you print you need to specify that drawings/markups are to be included. Otherwise they're just ignored. Is there a way to "flatten" the pdf so that drawings/markups are embedded in the document and can't accidentally be left out when printing? I'm using Acrobat 7.
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FrankButlar
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Apr15-08, 12:40 PM
P: 1
This link may be of some use :)
aecbytes.com/tipsandtricks/2006/issue2-acrobat.html
TSN79
#3
Apr16-08, 12:43 AM
P: 357
Exactly what I needed :) Thx!


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