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    HiHi

    I in a deep shit because all my data design on the planogramming had gone.. i did it in adobe illustrator. it consit of 400 to 500 pictures in it. sometime after i finish my work, the illustrator could not save the files propely and even cause the file to become damage or lose part of the data in it... Can anyone advise me how to reduce the size of the file itself... or any idea what is happening here..... i been repeat doing till i am totally wear down now..

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    You did an illy doc with over 400 images in it?
    Linked or embedded?
    If the file is damaged, you may not be able to recover it. Damaged in what way? I'd imagine if you've embedded the images (all 400+ of them) that's a pretty HUGE file. If the images are linked, save with PDF Compatibility turned off (if your printer says it's ok to do that).

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      i no idea what i did... i just crop the picture out in photo save as low res jpeg file.. than i open it in illustrator to use in... how can i link the file? to save the space

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