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How to Compress Word to 150kb
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Select Add New and browse for a document you need to compress; sync a cloud storage account to be able to search for documents from it
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Alternatively, browse the pdfFiller library for a template you need
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In case you already have the document you need saved to your account, simply go to the My Documents section and find it there using the search
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To reduce the size of a document, click on it and select Split in the right-hand menu
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Select the pages you would like to separate from the original file
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Additionally, you can divide the document in a half and keep required pages in it
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Add a title to each document
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Click the Split button
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Choose a destination for newly created files and click the Download Now button
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A: Typically, if a file opens in a zoomed-in state repeatedly it's because it's been set to do so. But as this is happening with all Word files you are opening, then chances are the program has been set to have all documents opened at this higher zoom level.
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.
Create a compressed Zip folder. Place your large Word documents into the Zip folder. Launch your email client. Compose a new message. Attach your Zip folder to the message. Click "Send." Your message will be delivered to your intended recipient(s) with your attached Word files.
Convert the JPG to a PDF first. On the result page, click 'Compress' (under the Download button). Choose 'Basic Compression' and wait for our software to compress the file. On the next page, click 'to JPG' to save the file as an image. Download your new and compressed JPG.
Go to the Compress PDF tool. Drag and drop your PDF into the toolbox to reduce the file size. Wait for the PDF compression to shrink the file down. Download the shrunken PDF.
Save in DOCX Format. Starting with Word 2007, documents now save in DOCX format instead of DOC. Compress Images. Before you insert an image into a Word document, perform any edits in a separate image editor. Remove Font Embeds.
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