>Does any one know where I can download or install the Rich Content PDF job option?
Never heard of such a thing. Did you read about this somewhere?
It is one of the PDF presets for conversion settings. Below is from the Arcobat help:
A PDF preset is a group of settings that affect the process of creating a PDF. These settings are designed to balance file size with quality, depending on how the PDF will be used. Most predefined presets are shared across Adobe Creative Suite applications, including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Acrobat. You can also create and share custom presets for your unique output requirements.
A few of the presets listed below are not available until you move themas neededfrom the Extras folder (where they installed by default) to the Settings folder. Typically, the Extras and Settings folders are found in (Windows) Documents and Settings/All Users/Shared Documents/Adobe PDF or (Mac OS) Library/Application Support/Adobe PDF. Some presets are not available in some Creative Suite applications.
Rich Content PDF
Creates accessible PDF files that include tags, hyperlinks, bookmarks, interactive elements, and layers. This set of options uses PDF 1.5 and embeds subsets of all fonts. It also optimizes files for byte serving. These PDF files can be opened in Acrobat 6.0 and Adobe Reader 6.0 and later. (The Rich Content PDF preset is in the Extras folder.)
Note: This preset was called eBook in earlier versions of some applications.
the path you mentioned in the first post does not match what is written in the help file. Are you looking in the correct location?
Did you read this sentence:
Some presets are not available in some Creative Suite applications.
I am also looking for this Rich Content PDF setting. It absolutely features in the Acrobat Standard User Manual, so still no good reason why it can't be found?
Can you find and download it anywhere on the Abode site assuming you are a licensed user?
"Some presets are not available in some Creative Suite applications."
I did a search on c:\ for "joboptions" in Windows Explorer to find it. I found in order to make it work I had to copy it to this folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Adobe\Adobe PDF\Settings
(replace USERNAME with yours)
I was pretty excited to learn of this preset, however when I tried it, I found it worked for hyperlinks, but not bookmarks (using Word 2003).
This job option is meant to be used when exporting pdf files from Indesign not word.
in Word use PDFmaker (Acrobat toolbar button in word) to convert heading styles into pdf bookmarks.
I am also looking for the Rich Content joboption. I have a word file with over 1000 hyperlinks that needs to be printed to pdf to go on a website. It does not need bookmarks. Or is there another way to get the hyperlinks to print to pdf?
> Or is there another way to get the hyperlinks to print to pdf?
In Word use 'Convert to Adobe PDF'.
Jesus Christ where the hell is this file? I have spent three hours at this so far IN FG THREE YEARS YOU CAN'T GIVE A FG ANSWER? and I'm a GD expert at this crap. The days of compuserve there was a simple way of getting answers. Adobe is brain dead on customer service via computer. I'm going to try the FG phone. IDIOTS.
Adobe Acrobat® Connect™ Pro
Well, no, don't call that number. It's India, and the polite people there "are
not trained in the use of Adobe Acrobat and are unable to help you with the product."
After 5 minutes of this I got an 800 number that "would offer lots of options and when I hear the word acrobat I should press that number and I will be connected directly to an engineer on the acrobat team." I dialed the number and was literally offered to indulge myself in fantasy talk and then hung up on.
14 years ago I would have had an answer in less than 5 minutes. Here - oh my god.
I have no Idea what all fuss is about do you guys don't know how to use windows search functionality
the file is available at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Adobe PDF\Extras
Though the interesting fact is this only came after I installer CS 4 master collection