Using PDF in Document Sharing
Portable Document Format or PDF is an excellent file format for important documents. This is because PDF offers a password protection feature that is very sturdy. You can often find PDF being used in websites and sent through email when it comes to important business communications. This is primarily because it is a robust format and also because it won't get corrupted easily. PDF has extensive search facilities by which we can quickly and easily find information that we want in a large file. It is for this reason that large documents spanning several hundreds page, like research files or database files are put into PDF format.
How to Make PDF File Smaller?
If you are looking for a way to reduce the size of your large PDF file, consider using PDF compression software. This software will reduce the size of your large PDF files to less than half of their original size, so that they are easier to distribute. The resultant compressed file can be quickly uploaded for sending through email. Though size of the file is reduced, quality of the file will not come down. You can initiate the compress action using the software's user interface, wherein you have to specify the input folder, the compress action and the output folder where the files have to be placed. You can also carry out the compress action through the software's command line.
Is PDF Compression Reliable?
Most people worry about compressing their PDF file because they feel compression software will reduce the quality of the file. This is not true. Compression software has been so designed that it will remove duplicate file objects and any unnecessary file elements to reduce file size, but file quality will not come down. Hence you can be sure that the quality to your text and image content is maintained as such by using this software. In order to get the best results in file compression, you need to opt for the latest software package. This way, you gain the benefit of latest compression technique which gives higher quality compression and quicker compression.