I'm a court reporting student and I need to send in my steno notes for homework assignments. My transcription program came with a "pdf995" printer driver that allows me to save my steno notes in .pdf format. From my transcription program, I got to print setup, select pdf995 printer, then go to print, select steno and Adobe Reader opens the document for me.
The problem I'm having is that I get a running document of ALL my work, for example, say pages 1-51, and my new assigment is only 14 pages long, I end up getting all the pages, 1-51. I am never able to get a fresh new document with the 14 pages that I need and I am unable to delete any of the previous steno notes or text from previous assignments. So what I then have to do is, highlight only the pages (3-15) of steno that I wish to save and then copy/paste them into a word document for homework submission.
This is really time consuming, and just adds to my already time-demanding work of high-speed dictation practice.
Does anyone have a clue how to delete previously saved files in Adobe Reader 9? If so, I'd be forever grateful.
If what I've said is a bit unclear, let me know and perhaps I can explain it better in a regular e-mail, with attachments.
Thanks in advance.
Message was edited by: Taraub
Your problem lies with the steno program and has nothing to do with Reader. You could try to limit the number of pages you print to pdf, that might work for you.
Thank you for your reply. However, after much trial and error, I did find a way to delete the files needed in order to have a new page show up.
Sorry it took me so long to respond with a Thank You; you were not forgotten.
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