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Hidden layers showing up in a PDF when converted from Illustrator.

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When I convert an Illustrator file to a PDF the hidden layers show up on my mac and iphone but not anybody else. What could be causing this and how can I fix it?
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Delete the hidden layers before you save your pdf. Then cmd+Z to go back to the original.
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