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I have a photo essay which was written in Hebrew (right-to-left), and prepared for printing as double spreads. When I save the document as PDF and open the "two-page view", the order is completely dstorted and is arranged in the English page order (left-to-right). Can anyone help in keeping the PDF on the Hebrew page order?Many thanks,Ayelet
ayelet zohar 1179 days ago
You should use the Hebrew version of Acrobat/Reader...
Is there a Hebrew cersion of Acrobat? I never came across one...
ayelet zohar Commented 1179 days ago | Report
Yeah, there is, but it's not sold directly by Adobe, but by a company called WinSoft International. See: http://www.winsoft-international.com/en/products/print-publishing.html
Gilad D (try67) Commented 1179 days ago | Report
Hi,View menu : Page display : Show cover page during Two-upThis can be settled as a default setting in Document Properties : File menu : Properties : Initial Vue;-)
Sorry, I forgot one important thing, go to File menu : Properties : Advanced : Reading options : Binding : Right EdgeThis will revert page order.;-)
Hi everyone,Thanks for your comments.I have now actually managed to align the document in the right order, from right-to-left, and it works fine.However, I have one more quick question:I would like to fix the document so that it will open in a two-page view, regardless of the personal definitions of the reader's Acrobat Reader. In other words, I want the document to open as I have now designed it, and not to allow any changes in layout and viewing mode. How can I fix this feature?Many thanks in advance,All best,Ayelet
Go to File - Properties - Initial View, and set it there.
However, you can't prevent someone from changing the view settings later on.
All options settled in "Properties" become document's default settings, after saving, and overrides app's settings.
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