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To Compress Word Size to 50kb, click on it and select Split in the right-hand menu
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Select the pages you would like to extract from the original file
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Select a picture in your document. Note that the Picture Format tab becomes available. On the Picture Format tab, in the Adjust group, select Compress Pictures. Under Compression options, do either of the following: Under Resolution, select Use default resolution.
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.
Compress pictures. Insert pictures instead of copying and pasting. Use smaller image files. Apply styles instead of manual formatting. Save a copy of large Word files. Change Autorecover settings. Avoid or convert embedded objects.
So, at least in more recent versions of Office apps, you'll find that large file sizes are usually a result of having lots of different pictures in your documents. The good news is that Office apps also offer some handy tools for keeping those image sizes in check.
From the Page Layout tab, click Size. Select More Paper Sizes from the drop-down menu. Selecting More Paper Sizes The Page Setup dialog box will appear. Adjust the values for Width and Height, then click OK. Adjusting page size. The page size of the document will be changed.
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