Re: Help for PDF File Size Problem

Subject: Re: Help for PDF File Size Problem
From: ekandl -at- unitechsys -dot- com (Erick Kandl)
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 11:07:00 -0500

"I created a single PDF using the file that comes with Acrobat.
The problem is that the PDF file is very large (> 7 MB). Anything more than
2 MB is not acceptable because users will be downloading the PDF file from
the Web."

Once you finish making any changes to your PDF files, save them and then
"optimize" them. In Acrobat, select File|Batch Process. In the Select
Folder to Process dialog, choose the folder where your PDF files are stored
and verify you have "Process all sub-folders" and "Optimize" checked. Click
OK and the files will be optimized. Optimizing compresses your PDF files and
can often make them smaller. It's worth a shot.

Erick Kandl
ekandl -at- unitechsys -dot- com

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