I don't have Indesign at this time, so, I can't answer that question. But, I did wonder if the PDF was sent via FTP, if the client couldn't make changes to the PDF then?
>From: Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]>
>Date: 2008/08/10 Sun AM 11:38:30 CDT
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: [SCIART] PDF file size
> Speaking of PDF files. I have Indesign CS2. on a Mac. Can InDesignCS2 make PDF files that a client can revise the text in Reader? Itried selecting various default and high quality versions, but theclient cannot make changes in their Reader programs. They do not haveaccess to Indesign, Illustrator, or PHotoshop, or any program that canread the program and thus change text. Apparently they DO receive pdffiles from others that they can alter.
>DAVID W. EHLERT wrote:Hey Geoff,
>If you open a high quality PDF in Acrobat, you can then go toADVANCED> PDF Optimizer. Play with the settings to get what you needin terms of file size.
>Save the file with a new name, e.g. oldfilename_a.pdf
>Hope that helps. :)
>On Sat, 9 Aug 2008, Geoff Thompson wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have been saving PDFs in Illustrator CS3 and Acrobat 8
>Professional. The files sizes are a lot bigger than if I print asimilar
>file, containing the same images, as an Adobe PDF from Word. I havetried
>optimising the files but I lose a lot of quality in photos and thefiles are
>still a lot bigger than if they were made from a different program. Myboss
>has my old CS creative suite and her version of Acrobat Professionalhas a
>function (I can't remember its name) that reduces file size withoutlosing
>noticeable image quality. This is not available in my version and inany
>case was greyed out on a file made in Illustrator CS3.
>What am I doing wrong and what options do I have to get good qualityimages
>in a smaller file size?
> Geoff Thompson
>Linda M. Feltner Artist, LLC
>P.O. Box 325
>Hereford, AZ 85615