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It might be painful if your PDF file is too large to be sent via email or uploaded to the web. But it is a thing of the past, thanks to the Compress feature of EaseUS PDF maker. It can quickly reduce the size of PDF files while remaining original quality
In the world of scholarly digital texts, we are likely to come across PDF documents, either through downloading these documents from databases of scholarly articles or as scans of longer works made available through Reed e-reserves. In order to annotate your PDFs, though, you’ll need to have a free PDF viewer installed. Note that, to annotate on either of these apps, your PDFs need to be unlocked and editable
Though it’s nearly 25 years old, the PDF may be more useful than ever in our increasingly multi-device, cross-platform world. Much of the time you can get by with a free PDF reader to review and comment on these files. But inevitably, particularly in a business setting, you’ll need to edit a PDF file and that usually requires upgrading to a premium PDF editor