I'm having a big problem with InDesign as of this evening and was wondering if anyone had ever experienced similar and therefore might have a solution. Using InDesign CS4 I put together a football club matchday programme, it's an 88 page issue and we're up to issue 9 for the season. Usually once each one is finished, I package it all up, rename the packaged folder for the next game and then use the new folder to commence work for the next match. Saturday's programme is due in tonight/tomorrow morning and all of a sudden my file sizes have shot through the roof, and I have no idea why! The .idd file itself isn't so bad - the last four including this one, from oldest to newest, range from: 108mb, 146mb, 148mb, 169mb, so there's nothing particularly out of the ordinary with it. But the PDFs have gone extremely high. Usually the PDF outputs at around 80-90mb, but this one has come out at 251mb?! It's perfect bound, and the cover is typically 12 or 13mb but, again, this time it's 20mb. There is nothing especially different about this issue to the rest, so I can't understand why there's such a drastic change. It's made life more awkward this evening with proofing, for example, as even exporting via the 'Smallest File Size' option, for example, is bringing out files at 60-70mb when zipped up that usually go down to around 8-15mb, so it's been a lot more hassle sending it across to the editors. I've tried copying each page into a new document to no avail - literally have no idea, any help? Much appreciated.