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Old 07-24-2010, 08:17 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jacktanner View Post
Thanks for your thoughts. If I open the original 200-page PDF in Acrobat Reader 9 or with Evince, it shows 200 pages. If I import it into Calibre, add metadata, and then save it to disk with metadata, it's truncated (in the number of pages, not in file size), even if I open it with Acrobat Reader 9.
Reader 9 supports pdf portfolio format. A lot of 3rd party pdf software does not. It looks like the library Calibre uses for its pdf handling does not support pdf portfolio. Why not check if you have a pdf portfolio format document , and if so, convert it to a standard pdf? It sure sounds like that's your problem. Portfolio is a bunch of different formats stuck together into a single pdf container. You're losing all but the first one. You'd be doing people a favor if you can confirm that's your problem and report back.
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