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Old 08-27-2007, 11:52 AM   #2
Steve Rindsberg
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The settings you used when creating the PDF from the scan in the first place would have a huge effect on the resulting PDF size.

As to the file increasing in size with each edit, ISTR that you can save to a new filename to force Acrobat to do a bit of "trash collection"; and I think there's a menu option to force the issue as well ... have a look, and if you can't find anything, post back. I don't have Acrobat 5 handy right now but can get to a copy.

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