In this post, we'll teach you how to compress a PDF to any size that you want.
By the end of reading this post, you're going to leave with a smaller PDF that has many benefits:
Let's not waste any time and go straight into it!
Choosing to reduce a PDF's file size with SignHouse means that you get 100% control of the compressor's settings.
Hence, you can input any value that you want to compress your PDF to - may that be a percentage or a specific KB value.
You can input any specific compression size for the PDF, or you can leave the settings as our system recommends (e.g. 40% or 150kb).
Our system already has three options: Basic, Recommended & Extreme — see more details about all of the in the image above.
Yes, with an online PDF compressor. With out free PDF file size reducer:
Our software is versatile, as we want to be there for you in any situation.
Compressing a PDF means to reduce the size of the file. Making it smaller can help you upload the PDF faster on any website.
Because smaller PDF files are way easier to store and upload across different websites. They're also faster to send via email!
No, not at all. Compressing a PDF is only going to reduce the file size, but it won't affect your file's contents.
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