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#41097 - 10/16/06 01:51 PM Adobe reader
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I was watching a pdf load up onto adobe reader 7 and i noticed that it would load up "layers" onto the image. Is it possible to remove a "layer" from the image loading up?


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#41113 - 10/18/06 12:32 AM Re: Adobe reader [Re: Artic Warrior]
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Im thinking either you cant 'remove' the layers, or no one understood what I was asking.


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#41114 - 10/18/06 03:08 AM Re: Adobe reader [Re: Artic Warrior]
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The second is most likey...


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#41134 - 10/25/06 07:23 AM Re: Adobe reader [Re: Gremelin]
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Ok Ill try and explain better.
Say I load up a pdf image of the world in adobe acrobat 7.
The Imagae will start to build itself in the application.
One by one a surface is added to the image, like the country borders, the longitude and latitude lines, the names of cities ec.
I was wondering if it is possible to view the image without a "surface/layer" that is the borders and cities etc.?


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#41137 - 10/25/06 07:36 AM Re: Adobe reader [Re: Artic Warrior]
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I guess it depends on how the items where placed in... If they're on the image then likely not, if they're actually layers on top of it then probably not but theres some small shred of a chance...


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