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This is not possible using only Adobe Reader unless you either take a screenshot with another tool or use the Edit > Take a Snapshot feature of Adobe Reader (may be version specific... I don't have an Android device to confirm, or know which version of Adobe Reader you are using). Doing the latter will require you to paste it from the clipboard. Another ...


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Check Adobe Reader's internal volume: Go to the Edit menu, then Preferences.... On the left, 2/3 of the way down, is the category Reading. Click on that. You should see a box labeled Read Out Loud Options. There is a Volume selector ranging from 1 to 10; make sure that is high enough.


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If you will only be using PDF files, then either the Sony DPT-RP1 or the smaller Sony DPT-CP1 will allow you to add notes and highlight directly on the PDF file itself. You can then transfer the modified file to your computer and share it however you want. Those readers will even allow you to take any type of handwritten notes. However, the only way these ...


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It's pretty straightforward: ebook is a generic word that encompasses many different digitalized formats for reading. So yes, that would make a PDF a kind of ebook. But it all depends on how inclusive you want your definition of an ebook to be. I don't think there is any single definition. The main complaint about pdfs is that you can't edit PDF files ...


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I often read PDFs in a cloud-based ebook reader such as Google Play Books (GPB). You can view GPB on a PC or on any android or IOS device). GPB annotates epub files easily and saves the edits to the cloud quickly. But I just checked on a PDF -- and GPB doesn't allow annotation on PDFs. You can try another cloud-based reader like BlueFire reading app. On ...


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Adobe does not support this. Adobe does sell (or its partners) have what is known as a Vendor ID that you could build an API around for use in your application. They do not allow the programmatic creation of Adobe IDs though.


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