Good settings for MS Word

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Hi All,

I have rather complex document in MS Word consisting of substantial number of charts and thematic maps. I used MS Word’s export to PDF add in and managed to get presentable file of roughly 4MB size. I experimented with the PDF Creator as it has option of implementing security settings but the smallest presentable file I could get was of 7MB size, any suggestions what is worth switching on/off to get presentable and relatively small secured PDF?




have you ried using different compession settings for PDF? You can configure those in the PDFCreator Options under Format->PDF.