I disagree with the PostScript advice - you will needlessly flatten transparency, which could cause issues and might bloat the file further.Hi,
You can try to import PDF files in IN DESIGN. When you finish you can either export them as PDF or print them through a virtual printer as .ps (post script) then open it with Adobe Destiller. Hope this helps.
Agreed.I disagree with the PostScript advice - you will needlessly flatten transparency, which could cause issues and might bloat the file further.
Along those same lines you can open up in Acrobat and save as Optimized PDF and you'll see all your options for reducing the files size.Another thought - sometimes InDesign documents (and the PDFs exported from them) somehow get bloated with unnecessary data, and simply doing a 'Save As' will clear it out.
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