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How to Compress 100mb PDF to 10mb

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Go to the pdfFiller website and login if you’re already a member or create a new account for free
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Click the Add New button and browse for a file you need to compress, from your desktop or cloud storage
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Additionally, browse the pdfFiller library for a template you need
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If you already have the file you need saved to your account, go to the Documents section and find it there using the search
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To Compress 100mb PDF to 10mb, click on it and select Split in the right-hand menu
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Select the pages you want to extract from the original file
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Additionally, you can divide the document in a half and keep the pages you need in it
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Name the new files or leave them as is
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Click the Split button and wait
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Choose a path for new documents and click the Download Now button

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Download and install 7-Zip. 7-Zip is a free file compression program you can use to compress large files and folders. Use the following steps to download and install 7-Zip: Go to https://www.7-zip.org/ in a web browser. Click Download next to the latest version of 7-Zip.
How to Compress a PDF to a Chosen Size to the 'Compress PDF' online tool. Select your PDF, then drag and drop it into the tool. Choose either 'Basic compression' or 'Strong compression'. We'll also show an estimation of the compression rates here. Click 'Choose option' to compress your document. Download your PDF. Jul 8, 2021
Best Ways to Share Big FilesUpload your files to a cloud storage service, and share them or email them to others. Use file compression software, like 7-Zip. Purchase a USB flash drive. Use Jump share, a free online service. Try Send PRO. Use a VPN. Transfer files using SFTP. More items•Jun 3, 2021
Archival CompressionDownload and install an archival compression utility such as 7Zip or WinRAR (links in Resources). Launch the compression utility and create a new archive file. Add the file you wish to compress into the archive file. Configure the compression settings as necessary. More items
How to compress a PDF to reduce its size? Click in the file selection box at the top of the page and select the files to compress. Change the compression parameters if you want. Start the compression with the corresponding button. Finally, save the compressed files.
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