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Topic: File size is too big
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 131109
From: burkertadmin
Date: 4/14/2005 06:28 PM

Hi there,

I created the form layout using Excel. The PDF file when converted is 28kb which is excellent! Now, when I add form fields and so forth using Adobe Designer the PDF increases to 518kb! Not so excellent. Previously with Adobe 5 form fields the file would become 200K -/+ a few Kbytes. Can I reduce this file size. I have up loaded the files respectively.

www.uctrlit.com/pdf.pdf (28k)
www.uctrlit.com/pdf2.pdf (518K)

(Quick question: can people with Reader only sign these forms?)

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time


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