My dear readers!
Are you offering free pdf documents on your webpages?
Are these pdf documents very large?
Is the free traffic in your web-package limited?
To prevent bad surprises and to gain new interested web-visitors you should try my app PDF-Analyzer Pro or my PDFIndexCut.dll (for using in batch).
I'll tell you why ...
If you want to upload a large document you should think at the interested user with a slow internet-connection, too.
It doesn't matter if you're using the linearized (fast web access) option while creating the document. Sure... the user can read the first pages very quickly but in the background the pdf-download grows more and more on his local harddisk. Often enough after reading the first pages the user knows that the document is worthless for him - one worthless download for him and worthless traffic for you as the website-owner, too.
Using my PDFIndexCut it's possible to separate documents in two parts - the first one we can call the index-part and the second one the content-part. The index-part should contain only the title-page and the index or the first starting pages. In the index-part there are free positionable links to the content-part.
If these two document-parts are online the interested visitor can open/download the small index-part to get a first impression about the whole document if it could be useful for him or not. If it seems to be useful he can click on the content-link in the index-part to open/download the large content-part. If it seems to be useless for a user there's only a small download and not mbytes of useless pdf-garbage on the local harddisk and you as the website-owner can keep the traffic low.
PDFIndexCut has options for the pagenumber where the document shall be separated, for the positions of the content-link and for the content-link-text. PDFIndexCut is very flexible and should feed your needs, too.
If you have only less large documents you can use my app PDF-Analyzer Pro 'cause the functionality from PDFIndexCut is there implemented.
Give it a try... there's a testversion available online.