Dan Elkins Posted September 13, 2018 Report Share Posted September 13, 2018 Maybe someone could explain the proper method of decreasing file size when extracting or splitting a document. When you utilize the extract or split tools on a document, the physical size of the document does not decrease. Furthermore, should you optimize the document, the resulting file size is larger than pre-optimization. Since we routinely have to extract pages in order to fall below email attachment limits, this is a real issue for the overall effectiveness of the product. I used a blueprint file in my attempt, original file size 49,335 KB Split document in half using extract, resulting file size 49,437 KB Extraction of half the pages, resulting file size 49,437 KB Optimization of the document using default settings, resulting file size 50,350 KB [PRODUCT] Product: Nitro Pro (220.127.116.115) x64 Logging: Disabled Printer: ok [SYSTEM] Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 6.1 Service Pack 1 7601 Architecture: 64-bit System Memory: 15.8 GB Current Locale: English (United States) Current Resolution: 1920x1080 Current DPI: 120 Current Colors: 32 bpp MDAC Version: 2.32 .NET Framework: v2.0.50727 (SP 2) .NET Framework: v3.0 (SP 2) .NET Framework: v3.5 (SP 1) .NET Framework: v4 (Client 4.6.01055) .NET Framework: v4 (Full 4.6.01055) .NET Framework: v4.0 (Client 18.104.22.168) Windows Installer: 5.0.7601.24195 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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