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Turn purely decorative images in PDF documents into artifacts

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Make sure images that convey no information are turned into artifacts

Purely decorative images are images that, by definition, convey no information or meaningful content to a document. In PDF documents, artifacts are generally graphics objects or other markings that are not part of the authored content. Examples of artifacts include page header or footer information, lines or other graphics separating sections of the page, or decorative images. They are usually used to embellish a page, or simply serve a purpose related to the layout of the page. As such, they [...]

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