Have you filled out a PDF, only to find that it wasn’t there when you tried to save the form? Did you save a form of data and believe it to be fine, but then e-mail it and the recipient(s) said that no data was there?
Next time, don’t choose Save when you are finished. Instead, choose to print and then name the PDF writer as the printer.
The user will be prompted for a filename and location. The data will be saved with the form and then viewable by the people who need to see the form after you send it.
Do you need to drop the file size on your PDF? Do you have the full version of Adobe Acrobat? If so, this post is for you.
Open your PDF in Acrobat.
Click the Tools menu and select Optimize.
Note the new toolbar that appears, which includes the following two buttons:
Click the Reduce File Size button.
Identify a saving location and go through the save process as it appears on-screen.
Note: The Advanced Optimization button (as seen above) features six screens of options. Try to use the basic Reduce File Size button, to see if it meets your file size needs, before diving into these options.