MikeMee Posted August 27, 2019 Report Share Posted August 27, 2019 I am a Nitro Pro 12 user in my workplace and finding it very useful to break down website articles into PDFs (via 'printing' them using Chrome). I use Chrome as if I use Microsoft Print to PDF, the PDF file appears as a large series of bitmaps which then need to be OCRd. Chrome outputs the PDF with the text embedded as normal text, not bitmaps. The files are destined to be edited, trimmed down and the text/images used on Confluence pages as part of some simple FAQs for internal users. However, when I start trimming the files down and I start to remove the unwanted junk (e.g. empty pages, website adverts, share links and such like), the file size seems to enlarge to quite a lot more than the original downloaded PDF. If I have removed extra bits - sometimes this can be large adverts in image form - from the PDF, why does the file size increase by such an extortionate amount? (Notwithstanding the often crashes of the editor when I delete an empty page. That *is* annoying!) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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