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Mar 18, 2019

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Hi all,

I have a number of marketing users who, at the moment, must turn on "Simulate Overprint" on every single document. Additionally, after the output preview box is closed, the view reverts back and layers are dropped off.

Is there any way to turn "Simulate Overprint" automatically On and keep it that way? Users are all on Windows 10.

Any help is appreciated.

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Renato

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Output Preview is a separate specialist function, not a switch. You can’t make Acrobat work in Output Preview mode except when the function was opened and has not been closed. 

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Simulate Overprinting - set On as default - Acrobat Pro DC

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Hi all,

I have a number of marketing users who, at the moment, must turn on "Simulate Overprint" on every single document. Additionally, after the output preview box is closed, the view reverts back and layers are dropped off.

Is there any way to turn "Simulate Overprint" automatically On and keep it that way? Users are all on Windows 10.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Renato

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Output Preview is a separate specialist function, not a switch. You can’t make Acrobat work in Output Preview mode except when the function was opened and has not been closed. 

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Mar 19, 2019

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Open the Output Preview dialog in Adobe Acrobat Pro in order to view all available visual preview options. To get there, click on the “Tools” tab, then scroll down to “Protect & Standardize,” then finally click on “Print Production.” In the right-hand pane, click “Output Preview.”

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Mar 19, 2019

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Thanks Ebony,

But users know how to turn it on, the issue here is having that automatically turned on.

As it is, they have to do it every single time, and it's just becoming quite taxing on them.

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Mar 22, 2019

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ebonyt62309532  wrote

Open the Output Preview dialog in Adobe Acrobat Pro in order to view all available visual preview options. To get there, click on the “Tools” tab, then scroll down to “Protect & Standardize,” then finally click on “Print Production.” In the right-hand pane, click “Output Preview.”

Any suggestion? cleanmaster

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Output Preview is a separate specialist function, not a switch. You can’t make Acrobat work in Output Preview mode except when the function was opened and has not been closed. 

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