The PDF reader supports a set of standard Real Estate Photo Editing fonts. Times. Helvetica. home delivery. symbol. Zapf Dingbats. Other fonts are likely to need embedding and will increase the file size. You can choose not to embed the font, but Adobe Acrobat will be replaced with the standard font. The main attraction of PDF is the fine-grained control that the format provides, so if you give up font control to Acrobat itself, you'll miss one of the main reasons to use the format in the first place. advertisement Continue reading below Therefore, use standard fonts. Reduce the number of fonts used Real Estate Photo Editing All the fonts you use only make the PDF bigger, so you use fewer fonts.
Reduce font styles used All the font styles you Real Estate Photo Editing use are treated as different fonts, which, as you might expect, will increase the size of the PDF. Therefore, keep this in mind when deciding on a font. Optimized PDF font To check if the font is embedded, follow these steps: advertisement Continue reading below Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat. Select File Select Properties Select the Font tab. Optimize PDF images Use vector-based images Vector-based images are smaller and of higher quality than bitmap images. Use monochrome bitmap images If you need to use bitmaps, you should make them monochrome instead of color and make them as small as possible. Optimize Microsoft Word PDF Optimized Microsoft Word PDF You can reduce the size of the PDF when exporting a Word document Real Estate Photo Editing by following these steps: Select Save As. Select PDF. Select the minimum size. Click an option. Do not check ISO19005-1 compliant (PDF / A)" and "Bitmap text when fonts may not be embedded" .
Optimize PDF with Adobe Acrobat Adobe Acrobat Real Estate Photo Editing compression You can use Adobe Acrobat to further optimize your PDF. advertisement Continue reading below Open PDF in Acrobat Select a file Select File compression There are various options such as standard mode and mobile mode. You can also customize the presets. Note Changing the standard preset options will automatically change the settings to custom. For more information on all these settings, see Real Estate Photo Editing the Adobe Optimization Tutorial. Different settings are required for each type of PDF to be created (when there are many images and when there are many texts).