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What is the purpose and use of the "Take a Snapshot" feature under edit in Version X? Is it the same or similar to utilities that take a screen shot? How is it specialized to Adobe Reader use? Thanks!
Barry Schlosser 693 days ago
Yes, it allows you to capture an image of an area of a displayed page at a resolution you can configure via a user preference.
Also, after you take a snapshot you can print it directly from Acrobat/Reader, either by selecting File > Print or the Print toolbar button.
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