Other kind of Adobe Acrobat 7.0 issue, probably a simple one!

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Edmonton_Guy@usenet.com, Sep 3, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Ok,

    When I convert a file over to pdf using "right-click/convert to pdf" I
    get a header on every page that shows where the document was
    originally converted from, here's my latest example:

    file:///D|/E-Books%20And%20Other%20Stuff/Horror/Bradbury,%
    20Ray/Bradbury,%20Ray%20-%20The%20Sound%20Of%20Thunder.Txt

    It doesn't happen when I use Adobe's print engine (when printing the
    file to acrobat). I'd like to use the batch conversion utility but I
    don't want that info on each page!

    I've checked the document headers and it isn't that, I've done
    everything I can think of and I know there's a simple solution to it!

    Thanks for responding, (Hopefully)
    Edmonton_Guy
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  2. Shawn Guest

    "Edmonton_Guy" <> wrote in message
    news:Wi9Se.361880$s54.247201@pd7tw2no...
    > Ok,
    >
    > When I convert a file over to pdf using "right-click/convert to pdf" I
    > get a header on every page that shows where the document was
    > originally converted from, here's my latest example:
    >
    > file:///D|/E-Books%20And%20Other%20Stuff/Horror/Bradbury,%
    > 20Ray/Bradbury,%20Ray%20-%20The%20Sound%20Of%20Thunder.Txt
    >
    > It doesn't happen when I use Adobe's print engine (when printing the
    > file to acrobat). I'd like to use the batch conversion utility but I
    > don't want that info on each page!
    >
    > I've checked the document headers and it isn't that, I've done
    > everything I can think of and I know there's a simple solution to it!
    >
    > Thanks for responding, (Hopefully)
    > Edmonton_Guy
    > --------------------------------------------
    >
    > --------------------------------------------
    > Good luck to everyone in New Orleans though
    > I know none of you will be online, may my
    > luck be brought to you in spirit.
    > -Rob
    > --------------------------------------------
    >
    > -- Posted with NewsLeecher v3.0 Beta 6
    > -- http://www.newsleecher.com/?usenet


    mine does the same, you could open acrobat and click on create pdf instead
    and type what you want in the save as
     
    Shawn, Sep 3, 2005
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  3. Guest

    Yeah I know :( I've been doing that, was hoping there was a work
    around, I'd like to convert a ton of files at once though, I know that
    if I open a text file in Micro$oft Word then send it to Acrobat it
    doesn't do that... I'm going to see how I could possibly do a batch
    print job from word to adobe and have acrobat automatically accept
    them and convert (Know what I mean?)...

    Thanks anyways,

    Edmonton_Guy
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