Re: Adobe Reader Question and a bug
HH. Smith Jr.
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That percentage count is the amount of processed pages by adobe before opening the pdf file. The bigger the file the longer the wait. I have a JQuery tutorial file that is over 500pages long and that takes a while. I usually start it and move on to something else.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2018 3:15 PM
Subject: Adobe Reader Question and a bug
Good Afternoon Folks
I am running JAWS 2018 with last weeks update with Windows 10. Has anyone experienced when Adobe is scanning the document for reading that it is reading the pages as a percentage? I was generating a billing document and this was a 400 plus page document and it kept reading the pages as a percentage rather than the page number. Just curious as today is the first day that I have opened a pdf since I updated JAWS.
Now to my question which is related . When I print a particular page from the document after the page prints Adobe rescans the document for reading. Is there a way to not have it do that ? Or is it necessary? I had about 6 pages to print from this document and it wanted to rescan each time and finally just got sighted assistance which is not always readily available.