There are two main ways on how to make a PDF “smaller”. At PDF2Go.com, we provide both of these ways, but sadly they often get confused or mixed up.
Thus, we will bring some life into the darkness now! Find out what’s the difference between resizing a PDF and compressing a PDF is. Continue reading The Difference Between Compress & Resize
We have talked about printing PDFs before, remember? It is practical that PDF documents retain their formatting and thus look exactly like they did on screen once they are printed out. However, as stated in our Resize PDF Tutorial, the paper size of your print is something that should be taken into consideration as well – especially when you don’t print on your own but give the job to a printing company.
In the tutorial mentioned above, we have already mentioned the different paper sizes available to choose from when resizing your PDF with PDF2Go. Now, let’s have a much closer look at the differences between these paper sizes to help you decide which one you might need. Continue reading All You Need To Know About Paper Sizes
PDF documents retain the formatting of the document they were made of. This makes them great for sharing, sure, but even better for printing. A PDF is the exact representation of how your page will look after being printed out.
When printing yourself, there isn’t much that can go wrong. If you give a printing job away, the page ratio of a PDF can become a problematic issue. Sending a normal sized PDF (e.g. DIN A4) to a printing company to print a poster (e.g. DIN A1) can result into a severe change of quality.
Don’t worry, PDF2Go has your back. You can easily resize your PDF with our free online tool to fit the most common page sizes. Continue reading How To Resize PDF Documents [Tutorial]