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Posted by: Mon Bidoux
Posted on: Dec 15th, 2005, 9:30am
Could Visual Vision offer a recommendation for a .pdf making program that could compress the files to minimum size to insert into 1st Site?
I have for example, a project that would encompass 1,600 .pdf scanned files. Does 1st Site compress these files? If yes, then problem solved.
If you no, then perhaps a .pdf program that can compress or add several pages together...? Keeping the file size to a small minimal amount. That would be cool!
Posted by: Mon Bidoux
Posted on: Dec 15th, 2005, 5:21pm
So zip compression of .pdf files and linking these files within 1st Site is possible. That's cool!
I prefer to scan these 1,600 files to .pdf in order to avoid proof reading. Perhaps later on i'll save to Word and then to .html but as you can see, a project of this size is quite tedious.
TIFF files are humongous and if they're not well supported by 1st Site, i'll stay clear away from them.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Dec 15th, 2005, 7:13pm
Yes, I copy here the reply that's on the parallel forum (note: having 2 forums is not so handy, maybe we should found another solution...
To ZIP a PDF, if you have XP, right click the PDF file within the MSWindows File Explorer, then choose
Send to >Compressed folder
a "compressed folder" for Windows XP is identical to a ZIP file. Another way is to use WinZip.
Then, when you have the ZIP, to link it, "Insert >Link" then 4th tab and you choose the ZIP file from the hard disk.
By the way, I am pretty sure your scanner can save in several formats, not just PDF. Actually I use a graphic software to get images from the scanner, and then I choose the save format, depending on what I need. Usually image formats supports one page only, but there is to say one the TIF or TIFF format, that supports multi page documents. However this is not so pertaining to EWE / 1SITE support....................... maybe somebody else can help you....