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Topic: No Reponse - Adobe Bug?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 68179
From: CEP
Date: 7/6/2002 12:34 AM

Using Adobe 5.0 coupled with the Quite A Box of Tricks. I am running the "Shrink" tool via Adobe's Batch tool in the file menu to reduce PDF file sizes. Everything is great (PDF files in all sub folders are being reduced). My only problem is that I have other type of files in the sub folders (mainly Tiff files). When I am done Shrinking and check into a directory that had a PDF shrunk - I also noticed that PDF files were created out of the tiff files as well.

Why is this is happening? The Quite of Box Tricks folks tell me that this has nothing to do with their software and Adobe 5.0 are creating them. Why?


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