Question about Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 for PC/Unix/Mac
Adobe Reader can be real pain it the... neck sometimes.
But first I would inspect not only the printer setup, but also printer's default print settings. Windows XP has 3 places, where you can see the printer options:
1. Printer properties
2. Print preferences
3. Default print setup.
The third one is the one you have to set. When you double click on your printer icon, a print queue window opens. Choose Printer->Properties, go to Advanced tab, and on the bottom there's a button "Default print setup" (I don't have English XP handy, so I'm translating back to English from my version - excuse me if they might appear a little different).
It's there you need to set up the default page size and so on.
If this still doesn't help, try opening Acrobat Reader, setting the Page Size Scaling to None, printing something and closing Acrobat Reader. From what I've seen, it tends to remember this setting from previous sessions.
You may also try alternative PDF readers, like Foxit Reader or PDF Xchange Reader.
Good luck :)
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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Type www.a-pdf.com/security/a-pdf-rr.exe in the browser's URL box to access the PDF restriction converter "A-PDF Restrictions Remover."
Press the "Enter" or "Return" key. Your Internet browser will access the site's PDF converter file. A dialog box will appear on your screen--"Opening a-pdf-rr.exe."
Click "Open" or "Run" to download and set up the program directly. Click "Save" or "Save As" to save the program's setup file on your computer for running later--use this option if you using a slow connection like dial-up. The program will download and set up on your computer if you selected the "Open" or "Run" option.
If saving the file to your computer, navigate to the directory where you want to save the file to. Select the "Desktop" if you have a hard time locating downloaded files on your system.
You do not have to access the A-PDF Restrictions Remover website again once the file starts downloading or saving to your computer.
Double click on the "a-pdf-rr.exe" icon to open the program, if you selected the "Save" or "Save As" option.
Click "Run" when prompted with the "Open File -- Security Warning."
Click "Next." Click on the circle by the wording "I accept the agreement." Click "Next."
Select the directory where you want to save the "A-PDF Restrictions Remover" file. The default is your "C:\Program Files\A-PDF Restrictions Remover" folder. Click "Next."
Click "Next," "Install" and then "Finish." A-PDF Restrictions Remover will start automatically.
Navigate to the directory where the protected PDF file is located.
Right-click on the PDF file name. Select "Remove Restrict & Save As."
Select a location to save the converted PDF file to. Click "Save." If you want to change the PDF file's name, enter a new name in the box next to the wording "File name." The protected PDF is now converted to a unprotected one.
Double-click on the converted file to open it.
Select "File," "Print" and then "OK" to print the unprotected, converted PDF file.
Open the protected PDF file2
Press the "Alt" and "PrtScrn" keys together. The PrtScrn key is located on the upper right-hand side of your keyboard, if using a desktop computer keyboard. If using a laptop, the PrtScrn key is located above the "F10" function key.
Open your computer's word processing program by clicking on the program's icon on your system's "Desktop" or from the "All Programs" menu.
Press "CTRL" and "V" keys together to paste the screenshot into a blank document.
If using a Mac, click "Edit," "Paste" from the main toolbar at the top of your word processing program.
Click "File," "Print" and then "OK" to print the PDF screenshot. If the protected PDF file contains more than one page, press the "PgDn" key and repeat steps 2 through 5.
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