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|Recommended Adobe Reader settings when using ZoomText||Check out the settings that we recommend using in Adobe so that you can read PDF documents using AppReader, DocReader, or Speak-It tool.|
|Reading PDF documents with ZoomText 9.1and Adobe Acrobat 9.0 or earlier||Since ZoomText version 9.18.5 was introduced, along came new support for reading PDF documents in Adobe. This support will allow ZoomText to read PDF documents that have their security setting "Content Copying for Accessibility" set to allowed, while "Content Copying" is set to "not allowed". This support requires version 9.2 or higher of Adobe Acrobat Reader.|
|Reading PDF documents with ZoomText 9.1||Our latest ZoomText version, 9.18.5, introduced new support for reading PDF documents in Adobe Reader version 9.1 and later. This support will allow ZoomText to read PDF documents that have their security setting "Content Copying for Accessibility" set to allowed, while "Content Copying" is set to "not allowed". ZoomText will not be able to read a PDF document that has both "Content Copying for Accessibility" and "Content Copying" set to "not allowed".|
|ZoomText error message when starting AppReader or DocReader in Adobe Reader 8||After installing or upgrading to Adobe Reader 8.x an error message appears when launching ZoomText’s AppReader or DocReader. To resolve this problem do the following.|
|Error: “Invalid Plugin Detected. Adobe Will Quit.” when starting Adobe Reader 8.1||
If ZoomText is 8.1 or 9.0 are installed on your system, when starting Adobe Reader 8.1 the following error will occur:
“Invalid Plugin Detected. Adobe Will Quit.”
|Error “ID#9” when starting AppReader or DocReader in Adobe Reader 8 and Adobe Acrobat 8||
When attempting to use ZoomText’s AppReader and DocReader tools in Adobe Reader 8 or Adobe Acrobat 8 the following error occurs:
“AppReader/DocReader was unable to detect an active document window. Click in your document and restart AppReader/DocReader (ID #9).”
|SpeakIt Tool and Mouse Echo do not read in Adobe Reader 8 and Adobe Acrobat 8||
ZoomText’s SpeakIt Tool and Mouse Echo feature does not work in Adobe Reader 8 or Adobe Acrobat 8.
|ZoomText compatibility with Adobe Acrobat Professional||
ZoomText 9.01 provides the following support for Adobe Acrobat Professional version 7.0 (without special settings).
|Reading PDF documents with ZoomText 9.0 and 8.1x||
ZoomText 8.10 introduced support for reading PDF documents in Adobe Reader version 6.0.1 and later. This support, although very useable, has several limitations — requiring special settings and workarounds to overcome them. Subsequent releases of ZoomText, versions 8.11 through 8.13 and 9.0 provide greatly expanded PDF support, included the following:
|ZoomText is reading across columns when using AppReader, DocReader or Text Reading||
When attempting to read multi-column documents with ZoomText's AppReader, DocReader or Text Reading commands, ZoomText is reading across columns of text, rather than within one column at a time. In addition, some of the navigation commands may not operate (e.g. Say Previous/Current/Next Paragraph).
|Questions and Answers about reading PDF documents in ZoomText 9.0 and 8.1||
This article contains answers to frequently asked questions about ZoomText's support reading PDF documents. If the questions and answers you are looking for are not contained in this article, please contact Ai Squared's technical support department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Using the Adobe Reader 7.0 Accessibility Setup Assistant||
When running ZoomText 9.0 (or 8.12.2 through 8.13) with Adobe Reader 7.0, you can use the Adobe Reader Accessibilty Setup Assistance to configure Adobe Reader for optimum compatibility with ZoomText. When launching Adobe Reader 7.0 for the first time after installing ZoomText, a dialog will appear informing you that ZoomText has been detected on your PC. The assistant will then present the following dialogs, allowing you to configure Adobe Reader for optimal compatibility with ZoomText's reading tools. Recommended settings are also provided below.
|Adobe Reader 7.0 freezes when scrolling document||
When running ZoomText, if you open a multi-page PDF document in Adobe Reader 7.0 and resize the document to 100 percent, when attempting to scroll through the document, Adobe Reader may appear to freeze up. This freeze is only temporary and generally clears itself in 10 to 15 seconds.