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Exporting size difference between Publisher and Designer?

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Hi, 

Does anyone have an idea why Publisher exports a pdf. bigger then Designer with the same exporting parameters? Designer and InDesign exports my file around 750kb, Publisher 1,2Mb... 

I'd like to export a lot of files for a touchscreen. Last year I exported everything with Designer, this year I make the pages in Publisher, but for the software we use on the screen unfortunately even this little difference matters in it's performance speed. 

Frankly, I would avoid to copy-paste one by one to Designer just to export them...

Any idea? 

Thank you!

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Which version of Designer, which version of Publisher? I do know, that the PDF libraries differ between Designer 1.65 and Publisher 1.70. Maybe this will be fixed in the final release, the usual beta hiccups I guess.

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On 3/29/2019 at 2:49 PM, Joachim_L said:

Which version of Designer, which version of Publisher? I do know, that the PDF libraries differ between Designer 1.65 and Publisher 1.70. Maybe this will be fixed in the final release, the usual beta hiccups I guess.

Ciao, 

The latest Publisher Beta 1.7.0.283. and Designer 1.6.1

 

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Can you provide a sample file that shows the export difference, and the two PDF files that were generated?


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