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Topic: Darkening faint text
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 168288
From: GradStudent
Date: 12/19/2008 03:43 AM


Is there a method using Adobe Acrobat Professional v6 to darken the text in a pdf file?

I received an important journal article from an Interlibrary Loan source at another university. The doc they sent me looks like it was printed out on a color inkjet printer in a very faint magenta (fuchsia) that is quite difficult, but not impossible, to read.

Is there some method by which I could turn the text dark? Black would be preferred. Or some way I might otherwise increase the contrast in the pdf version I am viewing on my screen?

Grad Student in Economics


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