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how to make a word file smaller??
how to make a word file smaller i cant fit it in an email.
Any suggestions from u computer wizards.
put less words in it
sorry, someone had to
how big is this file in MB/kb , who is doing you email and what is the content eg. txt/pics/tables etc.
Originally Posted by John H
Originally Posted by nrage04
Change the font to Ariel Narrow, point size 6.
Probably your best bet is to download a copy of WinRAR from download.com and zip it up using that.
15,000 KB All pictures, using hotmail
Originally Posted by uprightuk
Why do you need to make it smaller? email attachment restriction?
its too big to send
Originally Posted by kp1512
you can zip it
Split it into 2 files
convert it to pdf
reduce file content, ie, optimise image size, you probably have some BIG ASS pictures in there to make it 15mg.
Send it ftp
15 mg is probably on the verge of the e-mail systems limits so your not far off.
ask and you shall seek the information!
use this, it will break the file down into chunks per the Tutorial and the size you want them to be http://www.dekabyte.com/filesplitter/tutorial.html
so if its 15mb file, do 5mb pieces and so thats 3 files
NB : Depending on which Hotmail you use (New LIVE etc) Hotmail will block these files as the pieces will be EXE....what you do is rename the peices to a .DOC extension and get the person to rename to EXE and double click the first one.
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