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Adobe Acrobat Pro 8

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#1 bookermorgan


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Posted 13 April 2009 - 10:20 AM

I have a scanner that I use to archive all my paperwork. The scanner makes PDF files. The files that it has made are extremely large and I am slowly running out of disk space. What I have found is that if I open the file in Adobe PDF and "Reduce File Size" this usually cuts the file down quite a bit. Also if I "Optimize" the file that cuts the size down but makes some of the pages impossible to read.
So my question is...
Is there any way to get abobe to look in an entire folder and "Reduce file size" on all the PDF's in that folder? Some kind of Batch process of something??
Thank You!!

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