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Russell -- thanks. I deleted all Acrobat preferences, but that didn't seem to fix the problem I had. Perhaps I'm not asking the right question:
Some files with light text and dark background, e.g., http://dnr.louisiana.gov/sec/execdiv/techasmt/presentations/IETC_Chemical_Marketing_Assoc _Inc_20040501.pdf, display properly (light text, dark background) in Safari and Acrobat Reader. But when I open the file in Acrobat Pro, it displays as dark text, dark background.
Other files, e.g., http://www.acer.edu.au/documents/RC2006_Masters_OpeningSlides.pdf, display properly in Safari and Reader. But when I open this file in Acrobat Pro, it displays as dark text, white background.
Which Acrobat Pro setting controls this behavior?
In my earlier search for color changing capabilities, I had selected Digital Printing in Advanced > Preflight and "Executed" and thought that might have permanently changed a setting. Does that make sense?
Thanks for the Output > Composite Gray suggestion; I hadn't seen that.
Have you looked at the Accessibility options under Preferences? /Replace
you might have Apple Preview as the rendering engine inside Safari
you might have different view options under Adobe Reader
I'm using different versions of both Reader and Pro and I see
light/yellow text and blue backgrounds generally ...
Jon -- thanks, you're right, I had changed the appearance setting in Acrobat Pro while I was experimenting. I thought removing the preference files would've reset that.=-O
So, the Accessibility option to use "Black text on white" works as expected on
but doesn't change the background on
Is there some other method I should apply to achieve black text on a light background for such a page?
Jon -- thanks for your patience.
Both URLs I cited display correctly when Replace Document Colors is not selected. I want to change them so they display and print with black text on a light/white background.
"Black text on white" changes the text but not the background on