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    Hello
    I am suddenly having trouble with Microsoft Powerpoint and PDFCamp Printer. I create PPTX files that are 12MB and usually print to PDFCamp Printer to compress the size and create a file that is <1MB. However, starting yesterday when I selected this option to print, the 4.5MB file that I printed as a PDF is now a 7.1MB PDF. For some reason when the file converted from PPT to PDF the file size actually increased! I tried multiple files and this started happening with each of them.

    Does anyone have any suggestions to why it happens so?

    Thanks
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    Re: Printing a PPT as a PDF

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      Re: Printing a PPT as a PDF

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        Re: Printing a PPT as a PDF

        I create PPTX files that are 12MB and usually print to PDFCamp ... For some reason when the file converted from PPT to PDF the file size
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        • #5
          Re: Printing a PPT as a PDF

          Why don't you convert the ppt and pdf to word format before you print, because the word is more stable than the ppt and pdf.

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          • #6
            Re: Printing a PPT as a PDF

            Originally posted by steplauna View Post
            Hello
            I am suddenly having trouble with Microsoft Powerpoint and PDFCamp Printer. I create PPTX files that are 12MB and usually print to PDFCamp Printer to compress the size and create a file that is <1MB. However, starting yesterday when I selected this option to print, the 4.5MB file that I printed as a PDF is now a 7.1MB PDF. For some reason when the file converted from PPT to PDF the file size actually increased! I tried multiple files and this started happening with each of them.

            Does anyone have any suggestions to why it happens so?

            Thanks
            If you want to print a file from its PDF version, you can try Microsoft Office Powerpoint 2010/2013, just save that file as a pdf.

            Thanks,
            Monika
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