200MB isn't a particularly big PDF. I've worked with some that were over 1GB.
I don't think anything that can't be printed belongs in a PDF.
On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 3:06 PM, Robert CH Shell <rsh...@iafrica.com> wrote:
> Hi framers:
> I need some advice from anyone with FM commercial experience of selling pdf
> With the advent of the rich media formats, my commercial pdfs are getting
> bigger and bigger.
> When compiling a final product should I generate the separate child books
> as separate pdfs and then group them before copying the group to the final
> Would the buyer have problem loading or reading the grouped files, or should
> I just use my normal route of creating one huge pdf?
> I also think, but do not know, that a customer with a smaller computer might
> have a problem with a huge file, although my little laptop does not have a
> problem with the single file although it flashes a message "This file is
> over 100MB"
> Any pointers?
> Rob Shell
> computer rig:
> 8 Gbyte
> 3 terrabyte drives
> Windows 7
> 64 bit
> TCS 4
> Creative suite CS4
> Flash Professional
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