The main culprits seems to be consolidating duplicate fonts and saving for fast web viewing. I’ve disabled the latter in the settings but I don’t. In some PDF file, different fonts may point to the same font descriptor with different encodings. Suppose that the font descriptor contains two. It contains no images, and only a handful of fonts. Also, the Preview file always includes thousands of duplicate fonts embedded (is this a.
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Am I doing something wrong? I’ve never found it anything to worry about.
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Ask a question Reset. What I’ve seen happen from Word to Acrobat, is that every time the font changes, it adds the font again. So if you go from normal to bold, then back to normal, that’s three times the fonts gets embedded right there. If you wish to continue Jonathan L Jacobs Question: Not really my call since it would be up to the company I work for.
That will bring you back to the Save As ocnsolidating box. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Jun 30, 5: Is it using up a ton of space to repeatedly embed the font or is each embedded subset just one letter or something? Jun 29, 7: I’m assuming you are talking about PDFs? I can’t seem to get Adobe’s postscript printer to work in OSX Consolidatig all of the insert pages as a jpeg or PNG, now how long does it take to consolidate? Can you start over from the source and create a new one?
What utility cosnolidating you using to impose?
It contains no images, and only a handful of fonts. ALL the fonts I use include these so-called ligatures, which can cause problems when the Word Doc is viewed on Windows machines With any luck, it will only embed them once.
When I print to Adobe Acrobat Pro – it crashes. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments. I have seen this e. This is only a guess, but perhaps the fonts in your PDFs are fully embedded, as opposed to embedded subset. I’ve followed the route that you suggested, and it didn’t crash while “examining” the PDF. Sign up using Email and Password. What’s going on with this?
This has created a production nightmare without any resolution I can find to the problem.