Why not let someone else, such as the Google, do the heavy lifting for you:
On 4 August 2011 07:39, Dave Caroline <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> One method is to dispense with PDF and just view the scanned pages online
> images or OCR'd text or point the user to a directory with the scans
> for the document.
> He then only needs an image viewer using a lot less of his machines memory.
> Large PDF's also cause problems in the viewing computer. I was
> reviewing someones
> 25mb PDF the other day and it peaked at 3.3 gig memory use, which on a
> memory box meant it went into swap and slowed to a crawl.
> The viewer used there was evince.
> I scan to jpg and only produce a PDF if nagged
> As I serve from home and the upload is on the slow side individual
> pages helps there too.
> And when in a good mood I finish off a document thus
> where all pages are web viewable. Been too lazy to write a page to
> page link on the page
> view so far (need a round tuit).
> Dave Caroline
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