Why Should You Resize the PDF?
The Portable Document File (PDF) is widely popular as the most secure and efficient file format for document viewing, storage and exchange. PDF format is compatible across all computer platforms and stable to handle multiple documents. Bulky PDF documents take more time to transfer or download. PDF format is preferred for document exchange since it is easy to handle and transmit, but gets difficult if the file size is too large. Constant use by multiple users who revise or modify the document, and inclusion of images or graphs into the PDF increases its size to great extents. This is not acceptable to the user and blocks the data exchange network instead of fast data transmission. To make PDF easier to handle, it has to be resized to comfortable levels.
How to Resize the PDF?
Resizing the PDF will help in easy portability of the PDF across the network. PDF compression software tool has to be installed for file resizing and the output PDF is reduced in size while retaining the content quality intact. Two compression techniques, Lossy and Lossless methods are available to resize the PDF to required level. Using lossy compression PDF is resized but the lost data cannot be recovered completely. Lossless compression will not reduce quality of the images but the resizing of the file will be less effective than the lossy compression.
What are the Advantages of Resizing PDF?
Resizing the PDF file to required level is helpful for faster and easier data transfer across the network. The resized PDF file can be easily emailed without taking much time to attach. It does not use up much of the bandwidth nor take much space of the disk. By resizing the PDF size the recipient can download it fast and view. PDF files are an excellent choice for document sharing, and with resized PDF file the document is easier to optimize for web usage as well.