Optional. Enable any of these values by adding it to the profile and setting it equal to ON.
|discard-comments-forms-multimedia||Removes interactive elements from the PDF document. These can include annotations, such as pop-up notes, comments, and highlights, as well as interactive Acrobat form fields and embedded multimedia. Besides removing the interactive elements, this option also removes the visual content associated with these elements.|
|discard-xmp-metadata-padding||XMP refers to the Extensible Metadata Platform, a standard created by Adobe Systems to guide the creation, processing, and exchange of metadata for a variety of digital resources. When XMP metadata is included in a PDF document, the application that creates the PDF leaves a “padding area” in the text stream, commonly 2 to 4 KB for each set of XMP metadata. This allows for the metadata to be edited in place, and expanded if needed, without disturbing the document as a whole. This option removes the XMP padding from the document.|
|discard-document-information-and-metadata||Removes document descriptions and metadata|
|discard-file-attachments||Removes files attached to the document|
|discard-external-crossreferences||Removes references to external data. This would include links to external resources, like a photograph or another PDF document that could be downloaded from a web page or FTP site. This option effectively removes the hyperlinks to these items.|
|discard-private-data||Removes piece data relevant to the application that created the file. Some applications, like Adobe Illustrator, add their own unique values to a PDF document when generating that document. These values are useful to the original software product if the PDF is opened and edited in that product again. But these values can also be removed.|