PDF File Compression
PDF file compression has been in use for quite sometime now. Initially, people used to convert files into PDF format before using them for online purposes. Gradually, they started looking for options to reduce the size of the files furthermore. This resulted in the birth of software for compressing PDF files further. Such software reduced the size of large PDF files to a few hundred Kb which made it easier to store and share. Adobe systems were the ones to come up with the PDF format. Hence, they soon found the need to develop software for adobe PDF file compression. This software enables the compression of Adobe PDF files so that they are easier to share via e-mail and other web activities and also in storing it.
How Software for Adobe PDF File Compression Works
Software for adobe PDF file compression works in two ways: Lossless compression algorithm and Lossy compression algorithm. In case of Lossless compression you will not lose any data whatsoever. You can choose Lossless compression if you want the quality of the data to remain intact. This is because in Lossless compression, the software for adobe PDF File compression works without removing objects or deleting information that is relevant. On the other hand, in the case of Lossy compression, you tend to lose the quality of data to a certain extent as the images are compressed by changing the resolution and also by making changes in the fonts if the variation is too much.
How to Use Software for Adobe PDF File Compression
Software for adobe PDF file compression can be found online or can be downloaded as per your needs. Once you get the software, all you have to do is to choose the Adobe PDF File that you want to compress and follow the software's instructions. Then you can choose the format you want the output to be in. Save the file. The file has now been compressed. The compressed file is most likely to be only 10% or so of the original size.