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The Portable Document Format or PDF is one of the most common document format for various reasons. It's accessible from any deviceto share files between desktops and phones with different screens and settings. It will look similar no matter you open it on Mac computer or an Android smartphone.

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Use powerful editing tools to type in text, annotate and highlight. Add fillable fields and send documents for signing. Change a page order. Add and edit visual content. Collaborate with other people to fill out the document and request an attachment. Once a document is completed, download it to your device or save it to cloud.

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Below is a list of the most common customer questions. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
How can I reduce the size of scanned documents?
If you have previously scanned documents that you would like to reduce in size, open them with Preview and then save them as a JPEG file using the Quality setting to reduce the file size. Then check the resulting file by opening it in Preview, and save it again as a PDF.
How do I reduce the file size of a scanned PDF?
Open the PDF you wish to optimize. Choose Document> Optimize Scanned PDF. . . The Optimize Scanned Image window appears. Choose the appropriate level of compression and click OK.
How do I reduce the size of a scanned document?
If you have previously scanned documents that you would like to reduce in size, open them with Preview and then save them as a JPEG file using the Quality setting to reduce the file size. Then check the resulting file by opening it in Preview, and save it again as a PDF.
How do I make a PDF file smaller so I can upload it?
Locate the PDF file you want to make smaller. Click on and hold the PDF file. Drag the PDF file to the Drop PDF here icon on the screen. The file will upload and begin compressing. Scroll down and click on Download File Now. ... Select the location where you'd like to save the file. Click on Save.
Why are my scanned documents so large?
DPI. The dots per inch (DPI) of the scanned image is often the primary cause of a large PDF file. By default, most scanners will scan images at 300 DPI, which is the minimum DPI for any image that is printed after scanned. However, for a PDF that is for screen reading the DPI should be 72.
How do I reduce the size of a scanned PDF?
Open the PDF you wish to optimize. Choose Document> Optimize Scanned PDF. . . The Optimize Scanned Image window appears. Choose the appropriate level of compression and click OK.
What does high compression mean when scanning?
When files are scanned, they can be saved in several formats, such as BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF. Typically, a scanned image occupies a lot of space on a hard drive and hence, compressing scanned image is a necessity. Also, when an image is compressed, it is faster to upload it onto websites or send by emails.
Why are my scanned documents black?
Black copies or images scanned into the computer are typically caused by dirt or white out on the scanner unit. The scanner unit is the mechanism that reads in the documents that are being copied or transmitted.
How do I reduce the size of CamScanner?
In order for you to see clearer scanned documents, CamScanner captures images in high resolution. To adjust image size, you can click the camera button and change the resolution in camera settings. CamScanner will display all resolutions in 4:3 your device supports.
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