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Chapter 10. Saving PDFs > Saving Copies of PDF Documents

Saving Copies of PDF Documents

When you save a copy of a PDF document you are essentially duplicating the original file. Any data you add or editing you do in the PDF in Adobe Reader is not saved with the copy. This Adobe Reader feature is intended for those who view files in Web browsers and who want to save a copy to their hard drive when the option to download the PDF is unavailable. Additionally, when you view PDFs from CD-ROMs or network servers, you can use the Save a Copy command to save the file from another source to your hard drive.


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