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5. Manipulating PDF Files > 61. Copy Features from One PDF to Another

Copy Features from One PDF to Another

Restore bookmarks, annotations, and forms after refrying your PDF.

You just refried your high-fidelity PDF [Hack #60] to create a lightweight, online edition and Distiller burned off the nifty PDF navigation features and forms. Let’s combine the old PDF’s navigation features and forms with the new PDF’s pages to get a lightweight, interactive PDF. Here’s how:

  1. Open the old PDF file (the one with the bookmarks, links, or form fields) in Acrobat.

  2. In Acrobat 6, select Document Pages Replace. In Acrobat 5, select Document Replace Pages from the menu.

  3. A file selector dialog opens. Select the new PDF file (the one with no PDF features).


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