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Once the file is open, go up to the top toolbar and select "File" and then "Export." 3. You'll see a pop-up window appear over the top-middle section of the PDF click the drop-down menu next to "Quartz Filter" and select "Reduce File Size."
Open the PDF file that you want to reduce in size. Double click it and it should open in Preview, the default PDF viewer in macOS. Pull down the File menu and select Export. Choose the submenu next to Quartz Filter and choose Reduce File Size. Save the new reduced version of the PDF as usual by hitting Save.
Open the PDF file that you want to reduce in size. Pull down the File menu and select Export. Choose the submenu next to Quartz Filter and choose Reduce File Size. Save the new reduced version of the PDF as usual by hitting Save.
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