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Try setting your default page size to greater than the print page size. This resolved a problem we had when exporting with graphic in the figure. When there is too much data it seems to really struggle. Running 10.2.1. It doesn't, however, resolve the problem if its vector data.


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As you've probably discovered, copying tables from a PDF and pasting into a spreadsheet doesn't work very reliably; Libreoffice seems to have a better chance of parsing the table and creating a usable spreadsheet (that you could then save as CSV or open directly in QGIS). More reliably, use SmallPDF.com's PDF to Excel converter (or PDF to Word for ...


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If you have access to Illustrator you can do this. Export from ArcGIS to .ai Illustrator file. Open in Illustrator. Most of your layers will probably be listed as sublayers to the main layer 'Layers'. Open 'Layers', grab all the sublayers and drag them outside of 'Layers'. Save as a .pdf and you should have what you are looking for. See below.


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It is not possible to do that. You will find that there are a number of limitations in the PDF files created using ArcGIS for Desktop. If you would like to see more flexibility, then I recommend that you visit ArcGIS Ideas to either vote for or create suitable enhancement requests.


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As I stated in my comment, this is probably a topological error. You may use the Repair Geometry tool to repair the polygon feature. Polygon fills bleed over or fill entire page when printing or exporting


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In the Advanced tab of the PDF export, check the box Export Geometries. Then select Export Layers Only or Export Layers and Feature Attributes depending on whether you just want the features or also the data associated with them. See the documentation here.


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The software behaviour that you are observing is documented under Exporting your map: Troubleshooting map export: Rasterization: Layer transparency and BMP-based picture symbols can cause maps to become rasterized when output. The effect of rasterization is that all layers below the data layer containing transparency or BMP picture symbols will be ...


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And if you have several PDF files asociated to the same point... in the last version of gvSIG (gvSIG 2.2) you can add a folder as hyperlink (http://blog.gvsig.org/2015/05/18/gvsig-2-2-hyperlink-to-folders/)



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