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Topic: Interactive pdf document is corrupting.
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 143072
From: studio673
Date: 11/23/2005 08:29 PM

I am in the process of developing an interactive pdf document that I am making changes to depending on the client's needs. It is now approx 3mb in size and the latest round of savings has brought about some form of corruption. For instance the pdf stalls when being accessed online, it doesn't download properly and freezes the user's PC. I have used quite a number of interactive buttons and am starting to think that there is obviously a limit to how much pdf can take in terms of interactivity. Is this a known phenomenum? Is there a solution other than having to redo the whole lot again?
The url to the pdf is here:
I always use "Save as..." when saving major changes. What I would like to know is if there are any caveats to interactive pdf development where are they?
Thanks in advance.

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