Have you ever noticed your Adobe InDesign document getting crazy bigger every time you save it?
And we mean way bigger than it should be with just a few new images or text frames added?
This shocking jump in file size is called bloating. It usually comes down to your document storing metadata, also known as ancestry data in this case, which you simply don’t need.
It’s old, redundant data that layers up from previous versions of the document. So you’re basically constructing a skyscraper when you only need a bungalow.
Don’t worry, we fixed it.