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*"I created a single PDF using the Runfilex.ps file that comes
*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
One of the Word files that had about 30 BMPs was playing truant. I converted
the BMPs to GIFs. Did a File->Save As. This reduced the source file size
Then I created the PDF using Runfilex.
In Acrobat, I selected File->Batch Process. In the Select Folder to Process
dialog, I chose the folder where my PDF files were located and selected
"Process all sub-folders" and "Optimize". This reduced the size of the PDF,
but the reduction in size was only about 10K. The entire PDF file was about