Chapter 6. Printing PDFs

The goal behind creating and exchanging PDF files is to move toward a paperless workflow. Eliminating hard copy and storing files electronically reduces clutter, keeps documents well organized, and makes searching content easy—advantages that argue in favor of electronic file archival. However, there are times when you need to produce printed documents for convenience and for other reasons.

You may need to acquire PDF forms from a Web site and fax them back to a commercial vendor once completed, for instance, or share hard copy documents for meetings, or provide clients with a hard copy print preview for a commercial printing job.

Adobe Reader provides you with many options for printing PDF files to local desktop printers. ...

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