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I just upgraded to X and various features are renamed.Is there a definition section somewhere?I used to be able to straighten a page but I don't know where to find it in this version.Any help would be appreciated.Thanks.
Nancy Waltke 643 days ago
Hi Nancy,Are you referring to the deskew feature when you scan to PDF? I don't remember it being called a straighten feature but Adobe does change feature names on a regular basis. If it is deskew after a scan to PDf that is located under File-Create PDF from Scan- Preconfigure settings ( my wording might not be exact but shold be close enough for you to find it).Hope this helps,DimitriWindJack Solutionswww.pdfscripting.comwww.windjack.com
The page being already scanned, a solution is to run OCR on it with Acrobat. It automatically deskews your page.Hope this helps.
You can use the "Action Wizard" panel of the "Tools" toolbar to perform optimizations on PDF files, including the "Optimize Scanned Document" function, which deskews scanned PDF documents. I hope I explained myself well enough :)
This was by far the easiest way to straighten up scanned documents. I was taking them into Photoshop and lining up, then reassembling...lol at about a 700% file size increase. Thanks Daniel!
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