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I need to change my files size

I need to upload my resume to a website and it can't be any bigger than 512 KB. How do I change it without out deleting anything?

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You could convert it to a pdf (Adobe) file if you are not required to post in Word. Or, you could convert it to a text file - but you will lose some of your formatting, etc.

If neither of these is an option, help me understand why the file is so large. My resume is three filled pages and it is 99kb. Do you have graphics in the file? If so, they could be compressed without visibly losing quality. If you need more help, please post back.

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