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If you have a pdf file of over 2MB can you compress it to under 2MB?
Sandy Barnes 201 days ago
If you have Adobe Acrobat, you can try to use one of these two methods to shrink the file:
The first one gives you a lot of options and control over how the file size will get reduced, the second method makes these decisions for you and you end up with a smaller file (or sometimes not).
How well a file compresses depends on the content of the file and if you are willing to accept a lower quality (e.g. reduced image resolution).
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