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If it's vector: Choose Tools > Content > Edit Object tool. Select the object, right-click the selection, and choose Edit Object Starts the image editor or object editor you specify in the TouchUp preferences. Edit Image is available when a vector image is selected; Edit Object is available when a bitmap image is selected. Selecting these options removes ...
No this doesn't display spreads in thumbnails. Exporting as spreads gives you only one page number not both. That is what the question is. I'm making edits to page spreads in indesign and it leads to having to scroll to the bottom of the page to keep track of the correct page numbers. Very inconvenient.
Alternatively, there's a few entries in PDF fixups (Production/Preflight) to Remove Layers; the best for your question is this: View > Tools > Print Production (Open) Hit Preflight Under the Profiles tab (top left), hit the little spanner/wrench icon in the top row. Double click [Remove layer with specified name] You'll be prompted for the name of the ...
Show your Layers control (on a mac: View>Show/Hide>Navigation Panes>Layers) Turn off the layers you don't want, then hit the Options drop down list above the Layers list, and choose Flatten Layers.
Apple's Preview has PDF rendering issues and should never be used as a proofing tool for press-destined (CMYK) artwork. It it only acceptable for RGB files. Preview is designed to be used by everyone and their cousin to view a number of file formats. It's not now and has never been a profession-level PDF viewer. Once you start using things like CMYK color, ...
I don't know if by stamp you mean "watermark" but this is an option to add more than one, without replacing the previous ones. You can add images or texts, at the size and position you want and on any page you want using the "watermark" feature in Adobe Acrobat Pro. When you'll create a new watermark, it will ask you if you want to replace the previous one ...
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