I have a question about "Compare Documents" function.
Few months ago, I made a PDF file by Adobe InDesign.
And, I updated just 1 point from that source(INDD) file and published again to PDF from that source file yesterday.
Before its delivery to my customer, I used "Compared Documents" function to compare to PDF files and wanted to make sure the PDF file will be ok.
But, compared result was not same as I expected.
The report said that there are more differences between two PDFs.
But, I just changed only one image file in the first page.
I just wonder why the report says more differences.
Can you explain to me the principle of how the "compare document" function compares?
Sorry for the delayed response and inconvenience caused. As per the description above, you want to know how Compare documents work and want to know about the principle, Is that correct?
Acrobat analyzes the files and presents a report detailing differences between the documents when compared two PDF files. To get detailed information, please refer to the Adobe articles Comparing Two PDFs
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