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Adobe X by default opens my PDF/A file read-only; how can I open this file and edit it?
JACK STRANDQUIST 1127 days ago
Edit>Preferences>Documents>PDF/A View mode. Set view documents in PDF/A mode to "never".
I change this through the registry, but eveytime I close Adobe Acrobat and restart it, it changes back to Read only mode... How can I make never the default?Thanks,Rod
If you changed it through the Registry, you would have to uninstall and reinstall and then go through the process mentioned above.
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