Exported files are too big

i and a friend of mine archive files - scans - that are in the size of 200gb and above.
If we try to export them as version, wie both got an error message.
does anyone has the same problem with bigger images ?

I gather you are using Pages 5?
Just bad conversion.
Use TextEdit or LibreOffice [free] to resave them and they should shrink down to normal size.
Why are you using Pages in the first place? There are plenty of alternatives for what you are doing.
I would check exactly what you have in your document however.
I did a test export of the Bold Type Letter template [unchanged]:
.pages = 238 Kb
.pages (09 export) = 191 Kb
.pages (09) = 101 Kb
.pages (09 .doc export) = 24 Kb
.txt = 2 Kb
.docx = 10 Kb
.docx resaved from Word = 21Kb
Peter

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