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Do you really need a PDF? The typical way to combine a set of SVG files into one manageable, readable document is to create an HTML document. Strictly speaking, an SVG file is just a component of an HTML document. You can choose to make one page that has the SVG’s placed consecutively so you can view them by scrolling, or you can choose to create multiple ...


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Just keep in mind that a pdf is a totally diferent file format and you will loose the editing capabilities you have in inkscape. A pdf is an output format that has many flavors. Compressed, realy compressed, not compressed at all, rgb, spot, cmyk. Saying that, you can send them to a virtual printer like pdf creator http://www.pdfforge.org/ And you have a ...


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I am using Inkscape and routinely store SVGs into PDF. Stay away from filters, and opaque settings as PDFs (or should I say InkScapes export to PDF) does not handle this feature very well. I instead use color scales instead of opaque levels to soften colors directly on the palette and avoid the filters altogether. I know this is cumbersome and limits your ...


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I'm assuming because you are stating physical dimensions, you mean "physically smaller", not a smaller file size... On your right hand draw, click Edit PDF On the new menu bar across the top of the PDF click Crop Pages Select your crop area and hit enter Check your new dimensions and hit OK ...and done


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@zachzurn... I actually came across this write up and it might be exactly what you are looking for. https://indesignsecrets.com/outlining-fonts-the-2016-edition.php


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After creating PDF without links, open it in Adobe Acrobat and choose the place where you want to link like in the image below: Then choose Create Link in the menu and select the option "Open a Web Page": Click Next and you will be prompted with a text box. Fill it with "mailto:person@address.com" without quotation marks. And you'll be done! Hope it ...


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A quick fix for now would be to use your Photoshop PDF, then apply hyperlinks using Acrobat Pro. This is found in the edit PDF menu.


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If you need a quick solution maybe this online reducer can help. http://smallpdf.com/compress-pdf


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I am guessing you are trying to protect you artwork from being extracted and re-used by the party you are sending it to. The best way to achieve this is by saving it as a PDF. In the Save Adobe PDF dialog, there is a "Security" section. This is where you can limit the way the user can interact (or use) the PDF. You'll need to tick the section in the middle ...


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If you want to send Illustrator-created artwork as PDF in such a way that the vector artwork is not editable/usable, take a screenshot of the artwork and convert that screenshot to PDF.


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You could always export / render a vector file to essentially "convert" it into a large enough bitmap image. Make sure you satisfy the resolution (dpi) requirements of the printing application it's designed for it depends on the distance document will be viewed at. That's a topic outside the scope of this question. If it's a multi-page PDF then a series of ...


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Adobe InDesign is not meant for creating reliable imposed PDF files. I always hate when I see an answer like "Why would you want to do that?" ... now I am guilty of asking it. For the last 5 years or so, there is no professional printer asking to deliver the imposition. Please check this link, where you will see even the staff of Adobe passing the ...


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It's because this is how pdfs recognises text – every line becomes in fact a paragraph (hence return at the end of it). There is no way round, you have to change it globally in documents, after copying, using Find/Replace option and hidden characters.


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This may result from converting text to outlines. Paragraph based text should not render the issue you're experiencing. Also consider your PDF export options.


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If the presentation needs to be done in Powerpoint, I wouldn't try to use a different platform. As you mentioned, your client might want to change things, so the format should be a popular and easy to edit one. Since re-usability seems to be an important point here, I would consider preparing a Powerpoint template for your client. A template contains ...



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