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Topic: Multiple PDF Versions
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 77260
From: dgpis
Date: 11/27/2002 05:26 AM

We are involved in combining PDF documents from many different sources, into a published 'submission .' We are seeing more situations where we receive PDF documents in any version from v1.1 through v1.4 format. Our output, generated via a PDF 'publishing' tool, needs to be in version 1.2 format (soon going to v1.3.)

We are finding an increasing number of problems when combining different versions of PDF. The 'publishing' tool vendor is unable to resolve the issues

So I am interested if there exist any tools / utilities that can (easily) produce/migrate/convert to a standard version of PDF. A key capability is that all bookmarks and hyperlinks need to be converted/migrated intact (so simple re-Distilling is not an option.)

Thank you
DP


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