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In Acrobat XI I can't extract and delete pages from .pdf file created in earlier versions. Why
Richard Harris 296 days ago
Care to elaborate a bit? How are you trying to do it, and what happens, exactly?
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Perhaps more pertinent would be "What is the application being used?"
There is no "Adobe XI".
There is Adobe Reader XI.
There is Acrobat XI Standard.
There is Acrobat XI Pro.
Having PDFs created from all versions of Acrobat (back to 3.x, PDF Version 1.2) I'm able to insert, extract, or delete pages from a PDF of any PDF version using contemporary Acrobat Pro releases (8 through 11).
I suspect the OP is using Adobe Reader XI eh.
David Austin Commented 296 days ago | Report
Good point... There's just too much missing info to make any real suggestions.
Gilad D (try67) Commented 296 days ago | Report
Sorry guys. Windows 8 is driving me crazy. My documents were opening in Reader instead of XI Standard. Carry on and thanks
Richard Harris Commented 296 days ago | Report
Make sure the PDF is not a LiveCycle form.Make sure the PDF does not have security set to prevent extraction.
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