Downloadable PDFs are not a good format for on-screen reading and should be avoided, but sometimes there's nothing we can do about it. That's my case now: I have to design a PDF for on-screen reading (of what should really be a landing page).
All PDFs I've ever interacted with have "real" paper sizes and are split in multiple pages accordingly. Is there a reason for this besides making them print-friendly?
Can I create a one page long sheet pdf or can it be problematic in some way?