December 10, 2010 at 6:16 am #2358
Here’s something I can’t explain. I was running a manual stamp test tonight on my production book file. The file is large, about 14Mb. It ran for about 45 seconds and returned this error:
An error occurred while trying to stamp the file!
There is absolutely nothing about facebook in my .pdf file. Where did this reference to facebook come from?December 10, 2010 at 1:36 pm #27254
What does the PDF content discuss? Does it contain any images or other content that lives on facebook? Maybe an image of a “Like button?”December 10, 2010 at 7:31 pm #27255
None whatsoever. That’s what’s puzzling me. When I compress the same PDF file with Adobe Acrobat, the facebook stuff goes away. I’m wondering if pdf995 is inserting links into the file when it creates it as a .pdf.
The problem is Adobe Acrobat X Pro is not compatible with Word 2010 64-bit. I can’t create the pdf with it from Word and have to use pdf995 to create the file. Once it’s created as a.pdf, I can do anything I want with it in Acrobat. Adobe really missed the boat on this one!December 10, 2010 at 9:14 pm #27256
“…All three products are available as FREE downloads. The free versions display a sponsor page in your web browser each time you run the software. If you would prefer not to see sponsor pages, you may upgrade by obtaining individual keys for each product at any time for $9.95 each.”
Maybe that sponsor stuff is making its way into the file.December 11, 2010 at 7:07 pm #27257
As an FYI, I did get Adobe Acrobat X Pro to print to PDF with Word 2010 64-bit. My 326 page book took 2 hours and 45 minutes to print to PDF with Acrobat. The front and back covers printed as blank pages.
I licensed the PDF995 suite this morning and the 326 page book prints to PDF in 3 minutes. Not only that, but the file size is 8mbs smaller with the licensed version vs. the fee version. I’m guessing the free version does embed all the sponsor stuff into the PDF.December 12, 2010 at 1:04 am #27258December 12, 2010 at 3:08 am #27259
Since you asked what my book is about, it’s titled “Principles for Maturing Your System Development Life Cycle: The Ultimate Guide to the SDLC.” I’m in the final stage of setting up the website for go-live on Monday. The website is http://www.ultimatesdlc.com. The book is already loaded if you want to buy a copy
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