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Your connection speed to the Internet, and the complexity of the document you're converting (number of pages, content) affect how large a file you can convert. So, even files that are under the 100 MB file-size limit may not convert if they are overly complex. The file size limit for compress PDF is 500 MB.
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.”Oct 2, 2019
Compress PDFs On macOS Without Losing QualityOpen a large PDF file using Preview. Click on – File> Export. Once there, from the Quartz Filter drop-down box, choose the “Reduce File Size” option to make your PDF file smaller. Jan 7, 2017
In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF that you want to compress. Choose File > Export. (Don't choose Export as PDF.) Click the Quartz Filter pop-up menu, then choose To reduce File Size.
How Do I Reduce the MB Size of a File on a Mac? In Pages, click File. Click Reduce File Size. Choose how you wish to reduce the file size. Click Reduce A Copy to make a second version of the file or Reduce This File to cut down the current version. Dec 8, 2021
Remove unnecessary images, formatting and macros. Save the file as a recent Word version. Reduce the file size of the images before they are added to the document. If it is still too large, save the file as a PDF.
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