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How to adjust brightness/contrast levels on a .pdf for print?

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How to adjust brightness/contrast levels on a .pdf for print?

I have scanned .pdf of about 100 pages and I cannot make out some parts of the document when I view it on my monitor/print it out. What's the easiest way to edit all pages simultaneously for print? I know I can do this on photoshop but it takes too long manually.

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Mar 10, 2010
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How about adjusting the printer properties before you print it out?
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Jan 15th, 2011 6:40 am
How about adjusting the printer properties before you print it out?

Tried playing with the very limited options I have on my printer as well. No go.
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HI,

The software that came with your scanner should let you adjust the bright/dark ness & contrast of the scan before it becomes a PDF. What brand of scanner are you using? What brand of scanner software did it come with? More information = More help. :rolleyes:
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I haven't checked the settings on PS, but it does allow automation. I'll check later when I'm on my desktop to see if it has brightness adjustments.
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