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Topic: PDF995 burstpdf problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136190
From: rreynolds
Date: 7/13/2005 07:52 AM

I am using the burstpdf.exe utility, provided by pdf995, to produce single page pdf documents from multi-page pdf documents. The utility simply creates a new pdf file per page.

Here's my problem. If the multi-page pdf is greater than 25 pages each single page document produced after page 25 will not display, actualy displays as a blank page, in Brava Reader but will display perfectly in Adobe Reader 7.0. If I open the document in Adobe and then re-print it through pdf995 the resulting document will display perfectly in Brava Reader.

I have support tickets open with both Brava and pdf995 tech support but so far no luck on a resolution.

I know this is a weird one but any help would be greatly appreciated.


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