This new tool allows you to easily print a subset of pages in a PDF file that you can't otherwise do, either in Adobe Acrobat or in Adobe (Acrobat) Reader. Let's say you want to print every third page in a 800-page file. Instead of manually entering the page numbers into the Print dialog of the application (and then discovering it will only accept 100 characters!), you can use this tool to easily and quickly generate the pages list that you want to print.
Fed up of moving PDF pages around in Adobe Acrobat by clicking them, holding down, dragging up or down the Pages list, hoping you manage to get it to scroll and then praying you don't drop them in the wrong spot? Well, no more! Using this new tool I've developed you can easily and quickly move around one page, or a whole range of pages, from point X to point Y in your file.
One of the biggest differences between using Adobe Acrobat on a Windows computer and on a Mac is that the virtual Adobe PDF printer is not available on the latter. This means that the option to print a multiple pages from a PDF file to a single sheet is not available to Mac users, which is a shame as it is very handy when you want to create a summary or a hand-out. This problem is now easily solved using my latest tool, which allows anyone to print as many pages as they want to a single page. And after printing you can save the generated file as a new PDF, so you don't have just a physical copy of it, but a digital one as well!
This simple tool allows you to search a PDF file in the free Adobe Reader and then print just those pages where a match was found.
Using this new script you can easily and quickly print all the currently open PDF files in Acrobat or in Reader. The tool adds a new item to the Window menu that will send all the files you currently have open to the default printer.
Using this script it's possible to print out the file with the file-name embedded in the lower-left corner. One can select to embed the file-name on all the pages of the file, or just on the first page, or on the current page that you're viewing.
Sometimes you want to allow the reader of your file to easily select which pages they want to print out of it. With this script you can automatically add a check-box to each page of your file, as well as a Print Selected Pages button. The user can then simply tick the pages they want to print and then print them all with a single click.
One of the small annoyances of Reader is that you can't print the contents of Sticky Notes together with other markups and comments, it just prints the sticky note icon instead, which isn't very helpful...So I created this script that allows you to print the contents of your stickies together with your file. The only draw-back is that the file must have the Extended Reader Rights to manipulate comments for it to work.
If you want to combine files for Duplex printing, but want to make sure that each new file starts on a new page, this is the tool for you. It consists of a batch process that selects the files to be combined and a script that combines the files (in alphabetical order), adding blank pages where necessary to make sure that each file will begin on a new page when printing in Duplex mode.
If you have a form that contain a set of required fields, they are only useful when the user wants to submit the form back to you. But what if you want to use the required feature of these fields when the form is printed as well? Or when the user tries to save it? Until now you couldn't, but with this script it becomes possible.
Add a button to quickly print any single page to adobe acrobat.
With this script you can extract a non-sequential range of pages in a PDF with ease. Once launched from the Tools menu (or panel), the script will prompt you to enter the page ranges to extract, separated by comma's.
This script will create a new button in Acrobat's toolbar that will allow you to print the current page of a document with a single click.
With this script you can take a PDF file and print it out as a booklet, either with a cover page, or without.