Any ideas anyone?
Help will be very much appreciated!
Elements on a PDF page are rendered according to the "Reading Order" - this decides which elements overlay which others, so the top ones always appear last. Depending on the complexity of each element, and the presence of transparency, it can take a second or two to complete on a slower machine - especially if there are very large bitmap images involved that need to be uncompressed before rendering.
As you're making an interactive PDF I assume flattening the layers and transparency in InDesign is not an option - that would increase loading speed by removing any need to calculate transparency mixes.
Thanks for the reply.
The only reason I created an Interactive PDF was because the resulting file is a lot smaller.
So I can flatten the layers, however there is only one layer on each page (with several text boxes in). Can I flatten them any further?