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Topic: PDF Reduce File Size
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 143753
From: amg2020
Date: 12/11/2005 04:08 PM

I downloaded the acrobat 7.0 professional try-out. It worked great. I opened an already made pdf, clicked reduce file size (compatible with 5.0 and later). It reduced the size from 14mb to less than 2mb.

All I want to do is take a pdf that another program made and reduce the file size like the 7.0 pro does so I can email the file. The pdf contains text and pictures. They are usually about 25 pages and 5 to 7 of them contain photos. Sometimes the file size is as large as 40mb.

Is there another program that is free or really cheap that will do the same thing? I don't make pdf's or anything else. Just want to email the ones another program makes.


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