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While scaning in PDF and using the option save to file the size of the file is exhorbitantaly large. In HP Scanjet 7650 the same documents size is withhin 300 KB while in HP Officejet 4580 the size is approx,7000 kb. Kindly advise how to reduce the PDF file size while scaning in HP Officejet 4580.

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It is all in you settings adjust the size of the file.

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