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Adobe Acrobat - Reducing Size of PDF files

Explorer ,
Feb 20, 2024 Feb 20, 2024

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Another minor bug with Adobe Acrobat....

In Adobe Acrobat, when trying to reduce the size of PDF files, why does the software sometimes come up with a message the file is "already reduced to it's maximum" if it is not possible to reduce the size further?

Anyone with a basic comprehension of the English language would understand the word "maximum" to be the largest size that something can be.

The message should read the file is already reduced to the "minimum" size.

Simply:

 - Minimum means smallest possible size

 - Maximum means largest possible size.

Please correct this message to avoid confusion.

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 20, 2024 Feb 20, 2024

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Hi @AndMcT 

 

Hope you're doing well too! Thanks for reaching out and sharing your observation. Your feedback is invaluable to us.

 

Feel free to share your thoughts directly with our engineering team through the following link: https://acrobat.uservoice.com/.

 

Looking forward to hearing more from you!

 

Regards,
Amal

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