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What computer specs/ hardware will speed up my Adobe Acrobat OCR speed?

So, I have a work task where I am Sanitizing the PDF, then watermarking it, OCR-ing it, and password protecting it.

Especially the OCR seems to just take forever, and I’m doing this task on potentially thousands of documents so I’m looking into upgrading my PC to better handle the task.

My question is what component of my PC is most correlated to Adobe Acrobat’s performance? Would it be RAM, CPU, or something else?

Currently running with a Intel i5-4690k. 8GB RAM and a Samsung 960 EVO SSD.

How to save a edited PDF opened from google drive with Adobe Acrobat Reader

My problem is long to read, but elementary:

Introduction, not the actual problem: suppose we have a downloaded file in internal storage “file.pdf”, we open it with Adobe Acrobat Reader. We edit the file, for example by adding annotations. Now in order to save it (to the same location in internal storage where it was when opening, as opposed to saving to Google drive or adobe document cloud) we just close it and it says “saved” in grey text, and indeed that works, the edits are saved, replacing the old file there is the new one.

Now the problem: I’m actually trying to do that, except with a file in google drive. That is, I open google drive, I look for my file2.pdf, then I choose “open with” adobe acrobat reader. I edit the file. Now when I want to save it, there are two options that don’t work:

-If I just close like before, indeed it says “saved” but, it doesn’t save! Changes are lost. Why this happens?

-If I choose “share” and then choose share to my own google drive, instead of saving it creates a new version and puts it in the root google drive folder. Then I have two files, the old one and the last edited one, and this is very messy. I would want instead to save in the same place and replace the old file with the new one edited.

Important note: This procedure works FINE (without the problems described) in my PC (windows 10) using the analogous programs, that is Google drive for desktop and adobe acrobat reader DC. That is to say I open pdf from the google drive folder in windows, edit them, save, and the changes are saved.

How do you make Acrobat DC preserve alt text from web pages?

We are converting a large number of old HTML-formatted newsletters to PDF format for long-term archiving. We want to ensure that the resulting PDFs are accessible. We’re using Adobe Acrobat DC to produce the PDFs.

Using Acrobat’s internal converter (File > Create > PDF from web page) picks up much of the HTML markup when the “Create PDF tags” option on the conversion settings is enabled. However, it does not seem to recognize ALT text for images linked in the HTML source code.

We do not want to have to manually correct the ALT text for hundreds upon hundreds of images after the PDF is created. Particularly since many of them are repeated decorative elements that we could fix much more easily by running search-and-replace operations on the original HTML.

So is there some way to make Acrobat DC preserve the ALT text from web pages? My attempts at finding an answer via Google have come up dry.

We might also entertain the notion of using different software if there is some better option out there.

Acrobat Reader, how to make font bigger printing multiple pages

I have some documents and I’d like to print 2 pages on an A4 size paper(both sides) so 4 pages in 1 A4 size paper. The problem is the font gets too small when I print multiple pages and I have a lot of margin that I can’t edit from adobe reader.
So, is there a way around this? Like an option to increase font size, decrease margin and increase font size while still printing 2 pages in one paper.