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Reducing the size of a Portable Document File (PDF) file in Acrobat 6.0

To reduce the size of a PDF file in Adobe Acrobat 6.0, take the following steps:
  1. Click on File.
  2. Click on Reduce File Size.
  3. Select the desired compatibility. You have three options:
    • Adobe Acrobat 4.0 and later
    • Adobe Acrobat 5.0 and later
    • Adobe Acrobat 6.0 and later
    Selecting a later version will allow a greater reduction in file size, but will necessitate others viewing the file to have that version. Selecting an earlier version will provide greater compatibility, but a smaller reduction in file size.
When you are working with a PDF file, you can also reduce the size of the file by choosing Save As and then overwriting the file you opened. When you choose Save As, Acrobat will save the file as efficiently as possible, whereas when you choose Save, changes are appended to the file, which may make it larger. Acrobat will also optimize a document for "Fast Web View" when you use Save As, allowing the document to be downloaded one page at a time from a Web server, which will reduce the time it takes to view it.

You can see the size of the file in Acrobat by clicking on File and then Document Properties. Under the "Description" section, in addition to the file size, you will also see the PDF version listed, which will tell you what version of Acrobat others will need to view the file.

References:

    Reduce PDF file size

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