Re: FrameMaker (5.5)-to-PDF Hand Tool Mystery

Subject: Re: FrameMaker (5.5)-to-PDF Hand Tool Mystery
From: "Ceilly, Jon" <JCeilly -at- Tickets -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 09:16:11 -0500

Thank you Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans for solving the mystery behavior of the
PDF hand tool. Aggravation levels are significantly reduced!

I had written:
>> When I print to postscript and distill a FrameMaker (5.5) file to PDF,
>> the PDF editor (Exchange) & the reader (3.0 & 4.0) add an annoying bit of
>> functionality to the standard hand tool.
>> A small black arrow displays on the back of the hand tool whenever the
>> is within he margins of a page. Single-clicking zooms in. If you continue
>> single-click in the content area, you continue to zoom until you've
>> the document's maximum zoom level. Then the mysterious hand functionality
>> will page down with each single-click.

"Eeyore" wrote:
> This is called "article following" or somesuch ... To turn it off, when
> are using the "Print" dialog to set up printing options:
> 1) Make sure "Generate Acrobat Data" is checked.
> 2) Select "Acrobat Setup..."
> 3) Uncheck "Articles:" in the "Acrobat Setup" dialog box.
> 4) Select "Set" to confirm those options.


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