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ADOBE ACROBAT CONTENT PREPARATION PROGRESS
What is the Adobe Acrobat Content Preparation Status message? This message appears whenever you create a new record. It is best to wait until the program writes and arranges your document. This can sometimes be a minor inconvenience depending on the size of your PDF file. It can slow down your ability to browse PDF files quickly if you have a large form. This is easily fixed by simply changing the setting in your Preferences.
To open the Preferences on a Mac, use cmd + K. To open the Preferences on a Windows PC, press Ctrl+ k. This should look like any other variation — Mac or PC. Continue to the Categories section on the left:
Scroll down to the Reading section and click on it. You will find Screen Reader Options in the right panel. You can change the settings from Document to Page, or just read the pages currently visible.
You are done when you click the OK button at the bottom.
Background to the Acrobat content prep progress message when opening PDF files
Adobe has the following information for those who want more:
This information can be displayed when files are set up for reflow. Acrobat can process the page by changing the taste in Reading.
Acrobat Pro Quick Tip
One other quick suggestion for consumers new to Adobe Acrobat DC Pro is: Did you know that you’ve got collapsible panels on the left and right towards the best of your record? The unobtrusive triangles in the middle of the browser window (browser nuclear’) may have been lost to you. To expand or collapse additional panels, click on them. You’ll see Pages, Bookmarks, and Attachments on the left. You’ll find many editing, commenting, and markup options on the right.
Adobe Reader and Acrobat Content Preparation Progress: Please be patient while the document is being prepared.
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Adobe includes a KB article on this:
- Discussion on Acrobat Assistcontent prep progressAfter opening a PDF file, click “
This is the solution:
- Continue to Edit
- Select Screen Reader Options to just read the pages now visible