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Adobe Export PDF

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Jun 15, 2019 Jun 15, 2019

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When converting pdf to excel, it was not converting all of my pages. So I deleted the pages and converted BLANK files from my cloud, split up the pdf file into 1 page each and started to do one page at a time. I am now getting an error when converting that states "transaction limited exceeded". What is this and why am I getting it? Also, why cant I find anything about "transaction limits" for my Adobe Export PDF plan? If I had known anything about this limitation, I would not have spent my money on this.

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Jun 19, 2019 Jun 19, 2019

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Hi Rhondamccullum,

As per the description above, you were unable to convert all of the PDF pages to excel. So you have split the PDF page to to multiple PDFs and now trying to export it to excel and getting error in revert "transaction limit exceeded"?

The error message is quite confusing, because Adobe Export PDF doesn't have such transaction limits. The only thing matters here is a size of the PDF. Document Cloud services allow you to upload and convert files that are up to 100 MB.

If your file size exceeds 100 MB then it can revert an error.

For better understanding, would you please share your workflow step-by-step? Because, process of converting blank files from cloud  is quite confusing.

So I deleted the pages and converted BLANK files from my cloud, split up the pdf file into 1 page each and started to do one page at a time.

Thanks,

Akanchha

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