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You can't really get there in one step. Although InDesign could strip out the unwanted line breaks using a grep find/replace in some cases, that won't work at all for Ps or Ai. The smoothest way to accomplish this is to export the PDF from Acrobat to Word, plain text or even Rich Text, or to use a converter like TextSoap (as Lauren recommends) or PDF2ID, ...


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Acrobat probably saved the images within the pdf as compressed jpegs. I just took a jpg image from a camera, a landscape shot, which came out of the camera as an 8Mbyte jpeg. I opened that in photoshop and saved it out as an uncompressed png file, which was 48Mbytes. (Compressed png would have been 21Mbytes.) I opened that in Acrobat Pro to make a pdf, and ...


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If your original png files are very highly compressible - mostly a single flat colour, for example - and you originally saved them without using compression, then Acrobat might choose to compress them without asking you. PNG compression is lossless, so it would probably not bother asking, just do it. then the final product would be smaller, yet would be ...


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You can do this with GhostScript from a commandline/batchfile like this: gswin64c -q -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dBATCH ^ -dNOPAUSE -sOutputFile=out.pdf ^ -c "<< /BeginPage { 2 mod 1 eq {-50 0 translate} {} ifelse } bind >> setpagedevice"^ -f in2.pdf Adjust the -50 to be as many points (1 ps point is 72th part of an inch) you want to shift the ...


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There are a few places to look at. You might look at the print dialog provided by the printer driver (just ignore the message from Acrobat/Reader that you are leaving the print dialog), and see what options you have. If that does not lead to the desired results, you could crop the pages (requiring Acrobat); you can crop even and odd pages. With the pages ...



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