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He desinstalado e instalado de nuevo todo Adobe y sigue pasando.
? Alguna forma de solucionarlo?.
Can I add a thumbnail (?) image to my pdf user form that opens when clicked on? I want to add an instruction jpg.
Can I add a small image to a pdf user form that displays a jpg when selected and then gets small again when it isn't? I want to display a user-guide pic when they need it.
I am synching only 72 GB, but I have about 92 GB as “Deleted Files” in Creative Cloud. When I try to permanently delete all 4,395 “Deleted Files”, the system simply responds that it cannot permanently delete “some files” and does not actually delete any of them. These “deleted files” are increasing in number and taking my entire quota. I can not contact Adobe with this problem or find an answer online. I'm about to give up… Could someone share some light? Thank you.
It sure would be nice if you could create more than one index. I've been working on a parts catalog for my company for some time now. I'd really like to have an Alphabetical Index by part name and a Numerical Index by part number. Not such an easy task with what's currently available in CS4. I'm using some suggestions I found in the forums to place them all in one index and seperate after creating the index. Although, this would be much easier if InDesign offered the ability to create more than one index or TOC. Obviously I'm not the only one who feels this way based on the results after doing a search for multiple indexes. Maybe by the time I have to update the catalog next year this option will be available?? Let's hope!
I've been doing this for years and I'm not sure why I'm having a hard time. I've never had this issue before. I'm creating graphics in Illustrator, exporting them as transparent PNGs at 300 ppi, and placing them as linked files into InDesign for a marketing flyer I'm making. They look terrible! The graphics are navy blue and appear fuzzy and light on the edges. I'm not turning them on an angle. I have high quality display on at all times.
Any thoughts? Previously, I had to have my graphics card replaced. But you could see this issue happening EVERYWHERE when that was the case (in all programs, on images, etc.). This is JUST in InDesign. But, pixelated images that I place or shapes I create in InDesign itself look fine.
It's ONLY when I place both vectors (EPS files) or 300 ppi PNGs that I have this issue.
This above is the line before using eraser tool, below the same after having used it
Is there a way to avoid this distortion?
Hi I'm currently using Adobe Acrobat Pro.
I'm designing a PDF form with dropdown option field. Its contains 10 dropdown options. If a user selects 7 of the 10 option I need [“dropdown1”, “dropdown2”, “dropdown3”,]; fields to be blacked out.
Can anyone please help me with a script?