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Topic: One document or multiple?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 73575
From: kklogin
Date: 10/4/2002 05:38 AM

I'm sure this is a very basic bit of information, but I'm very new to
Acrobat, and haven't found a concise answer yet.

The paper product is a 700 page book, 42 chapters, with at least 20
different fonts. The finished CD will include numerous types of
multimedia; therefore, space could become an issue.

The question(s):
Do we keep this project as one file or break it up into chapters?
If we use ART's Splitter to divide it into chapters, will the embedded
fonts be repeated 42 times (once/chapter?)
I've heard conflicting opinions regarding one large file being to much
for many processors to manage...then there's cataloging and indexing
to contemplate.........

Suggestions on the best way to set up this project, please?

Thanks very much,
: ) Kathy

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