Hi, I have been using abbyyreader to convert pictures in jpg format to pdf files, and the resulting pdf files are usually not more than 6mb in size, but I recently noticed that the pdf files am getting are all over 15mb. And the pictures are still around the same size, and I didn't change any of the settings on my abbyyreader. Also, using another laptop with the same settings on the abbyyreader to convert the same pictures, am still getting the usual 6mb pdf files. I have restarted the laptop several times, did a hard restart too, but all to no avail, am still getting files of over 15mb, please any suggestions on what I should do? Thank you.

asked 22 Sep '14, 03:36

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Can you please specify what product do you use? Is it FineReader or FineReader Engine or Cloud OCR SDK?

(22 Sep '14, 11:52) Anastasiya M... ♦♦

I am using ABBYY FineReader v11.0.102.583 OCR

(22 Sep '14, 13:13) Steveraj01

Thank you for the provided information! In case you are using FineReader please send all the questions regarding this product to Technical Support at support@abbyy.com.


answered 22 Sep '14, 13:38

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Anastasiya M... ♦♦

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