When a pdf file is over 2 gigabytes Acrobat Pro 9 seems to be not able to split the file. The following message appear: A file I/O error has occurred. I've tried Document --> Extract and Document --> Split Document... without success.
We receive pdf that large sometime to print (Book over 500 pages with hi-res images). Any ideas?
Thanks Michael, It is HFS+.
Actually the workaround I found is to delete the last pages until file size is dropping below 2 gig and then splitting the files. After, I use a copy of my pdf and I keep only the pages I deleted before, split them, and rename them using a script. Not really effective! It is ok when I doing it but I can't ask that to our client!
You might want to check out this app/utility.
(This is from Planet PDF:)
"This is a cool, nifty tool for PDF folks developed by Jake Pietrykowski.
Moonwalk is a free tool for reversing the page order of PDF files.
The tool features page order reversal, PDF document splitting, optional page ranges and automatic page split option.
Additionally, users can split large page count PDF documents into smaller page count documents with or without reversing the page order.
The system requirements for the tool is Mac OS X Tiger 10.4x / Mac OS X Leopard 10.5x."
See more about it at:
If you have acobat you can upgrade it then extract pdf pages as you want. It's a plus that it can ectract by bookmarks now. Then it can be a professional splitter. However, for us who don't have one may still be stuck with the difficulty of splitting PDF pages. Javascipt obvious is a good way, but sometimes I just have no enough time to do so. Then the PDF splitter will be an available choice for me. Spliting a pdf file automatically in ways I want is what I appreciate!
Sorry I wasn’t clear.
I’ve got Acrobat Pro X for Mac.
I imported a form, it scanned properly and the fields were recognized.
I started to “fill in the blanks”, but the font size was too big for the fields.
When I searched the Adobe “help”, it told me that the font size could be adjusted by selecting “Format” then working from there.
My problem is that I do not have a “Format “ choice. Is it hidden??
Should I uninstall the program and re-install? Or??
You can set two ways once you get there.
1. Set the font to a lowers size.
2. Set to automatic
Method the font will start large and as you add more charcters, the Font size shrinks.
There is a point where there is no more shrinkage.