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Topic: How to tell what's in a PDF file?
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 170469
Date: 6/6/2009 01:25 PM
I'm needing a way to check out the contents of a PDF file. The PDF's I deal with contain pages that make up a comic book. Each page in the PDF is a single TIF file ( with no extra nothings :) ). Just single tiffs of each page. SO - a 24 page PDF contains 24 tiffs (that fill the complete page). To which I impose - then print to a color printer with a booklet finisher.
What I'm needing is a way to view the specs ( size, dpi, mode ... ) of every tiff in the PDF to check that they are in spec (my specs) before I send them to print. I use both Acrobat 7 Pro and 8 Pro so I'm hoping there is something in them to generate a report of some type - But - I'm not against getting something else to run the PDF through to get that info. I could always export the files out of the PDF and check them out, one-by-one, in Photoshop but that would waste A LOT of time. :)
Anyone knows something to help me out? THANKS!!!