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How to Reduce PDF File Size to 100 kb

Learn how to Reduce PDF File Size to 100 kb with pdfFiller

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Navigate to pdfFiller and login to your account or create one if you're a new member
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Click the Add New button to upload a document you need to reduce in size. Search for the file on your desktop or one of the supported storage services
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Additionally, browse a document from the pdfFiller library, enter the document’s URL, or send it via email
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In case you already have the file you need in your account, simply go to the My Documents section and find it there
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Click the Split option in the right-hand menu to Reduce PDF File Size to 100 kb
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Select the pages you want to extract from the original file
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Additionally, you can divide the document in a half and keep specific pages in it
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Name the new files or leave them with generic names
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Click Split and wait
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Choose a path for saving newly created files and click Download Now

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Anonymous Customer
2017-01-20
This tool is AMAZING!!! I've wasted so much time over the years bringing images into Word and overlaying text boxes to accomplish what this tool does SO easily. Thank You! One suggestion: when I click on a document page on the left side of the screen, it would be great if that page opened roughly where I clicked. That is, if I click on the bottom of the page image on the left, it would be great if the page opened with the bottom showing, rather than having to scroll down to the bottom. This would make it the same as Acrobat.
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Joseph Rex
2019-02-27
What do you like best?
I utilize the feature for certificates of insurance. It’s very nice to have the mobile app to be able to use that when I’m on the go .
What do you dislike?
The way it saves documents or re-saves them or use as a template is very confusing . And not all of the options on the desktop version are also available on the mobile version .
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Certificates of insurance
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In Acrobat, open a PDF file. Choose Document > Reduce File Size. Select Acrobat 8.0 And Later for file compatibility, and click OK. Name the modified file. Minimize the Acrobat window. Choose File > Close to close your file.
Go to the 'Compress PDF' tool. Drag and drop your PDF into the red toolbox. Choose the 'Basic Compression' mode. The software will automatically shrink your file. Download your file. We'll also show you the final compression rate here.
Go to the Compress PDF tool. Drag and drop your PDF file into the tool, choose 'Basic Compression'. Wait for us to work on reducing its file size. Click download to save your PDF document.
Step 1: Upload PDF file. Drag your PDF file on to the dropzone above, or click Upload to choose a file from your computer. Step 2: Compress PDF. Once the file is uploaded, you can reduce PDF size online using DocFly's free PDF compressor. Download file.
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