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How to Compress Word to 40kb
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Go to the pdfFiller website and login if you’re already a registered user or create a new account
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Click Add New to upload a document you want to Compress Word to 40kb. Browse for the file you need on your device or one of the supported storage services
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Additionally, browse the templates from the file library or navigate to the document with direct link
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If you've the document uploaded to your account before, navigate to My Documents to find it
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Click the Split option in the right-hand menu to Compress Word to 40kb
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Indicate the pages you want to separate from the original file
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Divide the original file into several and indicate which pages to include in each
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Add a title to each document
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Click the Split button and wait
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Click Download Now to save the results
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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.
If you are using Excel, Publisher, or Word, you can send your file as the actual email message content not as an attachment. Open the file you want to send. In the Quick Access Toolbar, click Send to Mail Recipient to open an email message. Your file will appear in the body of the message.
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.
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.
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.
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