I have several ai files that I saved as PDFs. Now I'm having problem with the size of this combine files. Can some one assist me with the proper way on decreasing file size without losing quality.
(MocoJaco), Mar 2, 2009 8:53 AM
I'm converting AI files to PDF files.
What I'm having problems with is the size of the pdf files.
I need to size them down, but with out losing the quality.
They are going to be uploaded to a server for easy access and I need
the quality to be good and to decrease the size of the combined files.
Ok, if you are using Acrobat, I recommend the Acrobat Windows or
Acrobat Macintosh forum. You might also like to check in the
Illustrator forum to see your options for reducing the size exported
in the first place.
Chaz, I don't think you are using Create PDF Online, and you aren't
trying to decrease file size. So this isn't really the place to ask.
Try starting a new topic in a suitable forum (e.g. an Illustrator
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