Have you tried (in Acrobat Distiller 7) checking if the equivalent of doing this, as implied by marto
- In the 'PDF Options' tab check the 'Tagged PDF' and 'Export Notes' options
? In other words, there should be something in the help menu regarding something along the lines of tagging the pdf and notes about the pdf. My guess is that Acrobat Distiller 7 may not do one or both by default; you may have to check the option(s).
In addition, you might try the following:
- Look at the contents of the PDF object created:
my $pdf = PDF->new("0001.pdf");
- Setting the verbosity to 1, to see any other messages as to what the script is doing:
$PDF::Verbose = 1;
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