How to Downsize PDF Files
Have you ever gotten to a PDF document on a website, only to leave in frustration because it took far too long to load? Or perhaps you have attempted to email a PDF file, only to find that it was too large for your email service to handle. Maybe you're just fed up with the amount of hard disk or server space your PDF files take up. Luckily, there is a solution: downsize your PDF files. PDF files are normally relatively small, and PDF is certainly a convenient format for digital documents. However, if they contain a large amount of high-resolution content, such as images or videos, they can become far too large to work with if not downsized first. Using software, you can downsize your PDF files and make them easy to work with again.
Why Downsize PDF Files?
Many individuals and businesses can benefit from downsizing PDF files. If you publish large PDF files to the web without downsizing them first, your visitors may leave your website in frustration due to long loading times. If storage space is an issue and you have a lot of large PDF files, downsizing them can free up a high percentage of your disk or server space. Also, many email services place a limit on attachment size; if you downsize PDF files before sending them, they are more likely to be under that limit.
How to Downsize PDF Files with CVISION
CVISION Technologies offers a simple way to downsize PDF files: PdfCompressor. PdfCompressor can drastically downsize PDF files, enabling you to share them easily. A free trial with limited features is available for download, and will show you first-hand the benefits of downsizing PDF files.