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I scanned a book size document into three files. I'm at a university so I had a student scan it for me; since they frequently leave out footnotes or page numbers, I set the scan size for 11x17 so nothing gets omitted. I joined the the three files together (209 pages). Then I tried to crop the now unified document so I don't have the huge black spaces to the left and bottom (because of the 11x17 scan setting). I cropped it and then said to crop all. The result is puzzling: pages 1--168 and 180--end are perfect; however, there is a gap where pages 169--180 should be there are about 5 blank pages of which one is a long series of straight lines across the page. Yikes what went wrong? I had done this regularly in Adobe Professional ver. 7, which I had to abandon when I moved to a Windows 10 PC and couldn't afford Adobe's yearly rental fee.
Is there a way removing the cropped portion from the saved file? If I simply use the crop tool, the displayed page is indeed the cropped page, but even after saving and retrieving the file, I can still change the crop to a different part of the page. What I would like is to remove the cropped portion from the file, so after saving and retrieving the file, I would not be able to crop back to parts that I already cropped out.
Hi All, My name is Zulfan and i have used this tool since 2017. However, i now have some issue with OCR feature in this software, especially for table in landscape scanned PDF format (scanned by other apps in windows). Suddenly the page margin changed after OCR process, so the left margin was increase and the right margin was decreased, cause the table were not fully shown after OCR as they slide to the right, so some part of the rightmost column of the table were "cut" / out of page. Anyone else has this problem and understand how to fix this issue? MacBook Retina Early 2015 macOs High Sierra (version 10.13.6) Wondershare PDFelement 6 Pro -Version 22.214.171.12455(20180716)