When large PDF documents are distributed online, they should be optimized with web linearization (aka Fast Web View). Fast Web View restructures a PDF document so Adobe Reader can start showing pages before a whole document is downloaded, such save web site visitor time and make their browsing more convenient. PDF Impress 10 introduced support for Fast Web View through simple checkmark at Save PDF task or in Extended Save As dialog.

Print to the PDF Impress printer to create PDF file with Fast Web View

Do the following to print any document to the PDF Impress printer:

  1. Open the document.
  2. Click File – Print.
  3. Select the PDF Impress.
  4. Click Print.
  5. In Extended Save As Dialog put checkmark on Fast Web View.
  6. Click Save.

You can add support for Fast Web View on demand anytime you create PDF file in your Extended Save as dialog, or if you prefer to create only web linearized PDF files, then simply customize your Save PDF task in PDF Impress Profiles and such eliminate step 5 in an above instruction.


More information and free trial of PDF Impress can be accessed here.

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