Marcello Velocci Posted August 20, 2020 Report Share Posted August 20, 2020 Hi, We seem to be experiencing an issue with Nitro v13(other versions not tested). When a PDF is edited to have comments, bubbles or any annotations the PDF will grow anywhere from double in size to ten times we have seen! Also, when opened within Adobe Reader or Acrobat 2015/2017, the PDF shows an insane amount of comments that clutter the screen, making our own comments impossible to read! Nitro does not see these comments but they only become an issue after initially being saved in Nitro. This happens with PDFs created in AutoCAD. Initially they are properly displayed within Nitro and Adobe. Only once we edit within Nitro, we have the insane file size increase and Adobe comments issue. This does not happen if the file is initially edited within Adobe Acrobat. My steps to correct this is to use the Optimize PDF feature in Nitro to remove markup annotations and saving before doing any work to the file afterwards. Is there any reason Nitro would be doing this in the first place? Any setting that can be changed to avoid this in the future? I really want to avoid any user possibly forgetting to first use my optimize method then spend hours creating a manual for our products only to find that the document is riddled with comments again and at that point would be pointless to optimize as it would also remove any annotations we included ourselves! I can upload my test documents if necessary for your review! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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