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How could I convert this PDF file to PDF/A using Acrobat Pro?

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Oct 25, 2023 Oct 25, 2023

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How could I convert this PDF file to PDF/A using Acrobat Pro?


Dear Adobe Community, as first - I thank a lot for your professional support. I would like to ask for a courteous advice about the problem I describe here.

 

I use the Acrobat Pro 2032 and I would like to convert the PDF file to PDF/A file.
The settings are following:

1) Preferences -> Security (Enhanced) -> Disable "ENABLE PROTECTED MODE" + Disable "Run in Appiner App"
2) Preferences -> convert from pdf -> pdf/a -> edit settings -> preflight:
   *Convert to pdf/a = save as pdf/a-2
   *Create PDF/A-2 ACCORDING TO CONVERSION PROFILE = ??? Is empty
   *For the Following Viewing or Printing Condition = ??? Is Nothing

 

I attach the relative screen 1) + 2)

 

Security-Enhanced.png

Preferences_Convert_from_PDF.png

 

The conversion to the command bars:

 

File -> Save as Other -> Archivable PDF (PDF/A) -> produces error:

 

"No intent of defined outputs.
To convert to PDF/A Pdf File, an intent of output is a net.
Define an intent of output in preliminary verification preferences. "

 

... is always present, preventing conversion.

 

I have to notice, that I use an acrobat pro 2023 covered by the license - but as a result = I can't carry out the basic operation => "convert into pdf/a".
I attach other screen 3) + 4)

 

simple_pdf_save_As_PDF-A_by_Acrobat.png

not_convert_PDF-A.png

 

 

Where am I doing wrong ???

Thank you in advance for your availability and patience.
I wish good job.

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Create PDFs , Edit and convert PDFs , Modern Acrobat , PDF , PDF forms , Standards and accessibility

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