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Set default bookmark setting to: action zoom-level ''inherit zoom''

I work in adobe 7. When creating bookmarks I can get them as zoom-level: custom, fit page and fit with, but whatever I do I cannot get adobe to make every bookmark inherit zoom.

I create bookmarks by inserting bookmark (shortcut or clicking on options) I have tried to set it correct and tell it to use this as default but it will not take over the action settings. If I have my view as fit with it will create bookmarks as fit with.

What do I have to do to make adobe set it as inherit zoom?

Jolanda Same for Acrobat v. 9.
If I modify a bookmark destination, I lose the inherit zoom attribute.

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  • herdaltekin Mar 13, 2009

    I can never make bookmark default as "inherit zoom"

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Dear Wendy,

This can happen because of multiple reason:

a) It isn't your fault. The file publisher has not correctly made pdf or its corrupt and won't work on your system because all pdf files can be opened in almost all versions.

b)You might like to check your adobe 8.1 settings for complete installation. Have you correctly installed the program. Also check if you are able to other pdf files on your system or not.

c) you can also try an older version of acrobat, which i doubt should affect the problem.

Finally check the file extensions and password protection problems.

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Usually if this message appears that means you have a problem with the link from adobe to word, because the virtual printer installed by adobe has to work in order for you to save the documents you edit.Some of these messages don't have a real meaning and they are just a message bug, but if you can't save the documents you edit then you need to reinstall the adobe acrobat.

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SOURCE: Failed export to a word document from Adobe Acrobat 9 professiona

I am not sure that I would calssify this as a real solution but I had the same issue on an XP machine running Word 2003 (with the 2007 compatibility module).

When I took the exported document to a Vista machine with Word 2007, it opened it fine.
Of course, I think it converted or imported it to 2007 format.
The Vista machine does have more memory in it and a better processor but not that much more/better.

So, don't despair, there probably IS a way to read it and edit it, but possibly not with the machine you are on (sorry).

I am still researching to see if I can find a work around for the XP machine.


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Download the Adobe Reader 9 software. It's free from Adobe.

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