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Topic: PDF files that grow in size
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55350
From: bhoffman1
Date: 5/29/2002 05:12 PM

I was wondering. I am processing a pdf file and modifying in multiple steps and each time the pdf file grows in size, although the number of pages remains the same. If I manually make a copy of the pdf file and then open the file and replace the pages from the original file, then the file size shrinks back down to the original size. Is there a way to do this with a tool in batch? Simulate copy, open, replace from the original, and then save? Or some other method to optimize the file? file with same number of pages grew from 300k to 500k to 950k. When I copied, and replaced, went back to 300k.
Please copy response to bruceh@tsrweb.com

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