OPTION 2 (*includes Color & B/W docs.)
Create at top left>PDF from Scanner>Custom Scan>Doc. Settings> ck. OS box>Options>Optimization Options>ck. box>Filters>select>OK>Scan.
Is this also located on Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Version?
What are you quoting from?
Adobe Acrobat X Pro Version
Just read the question again so there is no confusion. Thank you.
You can certainly scan in Acrobat Pro DC. It is redesigned do you must relearn it. The instructions can’t be followed exactly.
This latest posting by me was the exact same reply that you (*or someone else) sent me in response to an previous Post by me. You can check the earlier link(s) that were sent to me to see if you obtained that information from Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Version? Please re-check those three links that you already have sent me?
(I used my Acrobat X Pro Version to see if those links were related to my Version & they were related- so if you got those links from Acrobat Pro DC Version, that is all I need to know- from your earlier replies)?
Are there a lot more features within Acrobat Pro DC vs. Acrobat X Pro Version?
I haven't sent any links that I can recall. But since you posted this as a new message, I have no easy way to check. I will class this as "duplicate post" and start ignoring it right away.
Shivam is the individual that replied to me previously, so you will need to forward the recent Post to him. Of course you did not know that it was from him!!!
His information is located on the second recent Post that I created. I really do not understand why you are exactly Angry over this simple misunderstanding? Are you unable to access another person's response to me from Adobe.com?
It is very important to use the Reply function to continue your discussion (but not for new or unrelated questions). I could spend time searching for your other posts, then arrange both discussions side by side, work out what is new and repeated. I might also make the same research twice, because I post thousands of replies and do not remember discussions. This can waste time that could be used in helping others. So, yes, duplicate posts and not using Reply can make experienced forum users very angry. Many will not tell you, so the poster just gets no help. It is better to know how to get effective help, so I said so.
I'll use the Reply to you, and I did not realize that another individual replied back to me (which I did not realize at that time) that resulted in the overall confusion. Have a Great Day!