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Topic: Removing File Location Before PDF Created??, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 157148
Date: 12/27/2006 07:36 PM
I'm using adobe Acrobat 8 PRO
I have a problem. I have some software that creates a report but it has to save it as a HTML file.(Which is ok):-)
When I right click on a saved HTML file I choose convert to PDF or open up Adobe and chose either "Create PDF from File" (as it's obviously on my hard drive) but I've also tried create PDF from a website(As it's HTML doc) ,, Not sure which is best to use actually.
Anyway, my question, (2 in fact)
When I create the PDF at the top and bottom of each created page there is a horrible line of writing (The file location of the PDF)
Looks a bit like this;
So if the doc is 6 pages big, I have this ugly file ID string at the top and bottom of the PDF file.
I've read some help files and can see how to remove these lines AFTER it's been created using "Tools/Advanced Editing/Touch Up Text Tool. I highlight it all and then hit delete.
But I have many docs I want to convert. All are HTML saved docs.
Is there anyway of creating the PDF without this file location ID being inserted in the first place, So setting up Adobe to create all PDF's without the File ID Location????
and question 2.
In my web browser, the header graphic and title of my Doc are formatted fine.
When converted to pdf, the header graphic looks quite large and has moved over a lot more to the right and the title is now showing on 2 lines not 1, as that has been pushed over????
Looks Ugly again.
(I expect you will say to me reduce the size of the header graphic yes??? Can do, But I wondered why it displays great in Firefox and not in Adobe. Again, is there anyway of setting up HTML pages to be converted exactly as a web page displays it????
Hope someone can help me with this Removal of the File ID.
I don't want this to be inserted in any file I create actually.
I've looked at some help files, just can't seem to find how to omit this.
Any thoughts anyone????
Merry Christmas to everyone by the way:-)
pdf Errors - compared to Web Display.jpg
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