How to compress PDFs to 100KB or less.
If you’ve ever tried to email a large PDF file, you probably discovered that your email system has a limit on how large an attachment can be. For easier sharing, learn how to compress PDFs.
Some email systems limit the size of attachments to 2MB, and large files can easily exceed the limit of these systems. Other PDFs don’t exceed attachment limits, but their size restricts how many files you can send at one time. If you compress PDF to 100kb it’s easier to share large files or several files simultaneously using email.
Steps to compress PDFs to 100kb online.
Adobe Acrobat online services include an easy and convenient way to compress PDF online to 100kb. It’s important to understand that the more you compress a PDF, the lower the quality of the file. You should compress PDF online to 100kb or more only if necessary and if the quality of the file is not critical.
Follow these easy steps to reduce PDF file size below 100 kb:
- Click the Select A File button to choose the PDF you want to compress or drag and drop your file to the input box.
- Choose the compression level depending on the size and quality of the compressed file you want.
- Click the Compress button.
- Save the compressed file to your desired location.
A PDF compressor to 100kb online is an essential tool for anyone that needs to email large files for work. Construction plans, high-resolution photos, and large illustrations can all exceed email limits without compression.
You can compress PDF to 100kb offline using Acrobat DC. As shown in the steps above, you can also do this using Acrobat online services. Take a moment to discover what more you can do with Acrobat DC to convert, share, and send PDFs today.