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File size is too long and is taking ages to send

PDF file 18 pages long is 22.1MB - can I reduce this?

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Yes you can reduce it by selecting the resolution. basically you
1. select the dpi as 200*200. because it will give better resolution. No need for going to 600 *600 for text document.
2. you try to crop out (select the particular area of the image).

you try these. If it is not solved you can mail me at ramanathanr@integramicro.com.

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Sometimes when we scan a document and the output file is PDF the file size is too big which is very difficult to send as an email attachment. This also happens when you convert word documents into PDF format.

This guide assumes that Adobe Acrobat Professional or Standard is already installed on your computer for PDF conversion.

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