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Topic: Nuance PDF Converter Pro 5 - how to NOT make PDF/A files?, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 171162
From: Taspats
Date: 8/18/2009 04:59 AM

Hello all,
I am testing Nuance PDF Converter Professsional 5 (trial version) and there is one thing which I can't figure out. This program is making PDF files which conforms to PDF/A (I am not quite sure whether they really do) - in the attached image it can be seen how it looks when such file is opened with Acrobat Reader 9.0
However I would like to create simple PDF files that do not conform to this specification. I have checked all menus, properties, preferences in this program, but cannot find where it could be turned on and off. Maybe somebody knows this? Thanks in advance.

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