TextMaker from SoftMaker Office 2018 is designed to convert large MS Word. DOCX. RTF. and DOC .files into smaller file size in PDF format of Adobe. The TextMaker 2018 principally works to manage even big documents that tend to contain hundreds of pages very well: scrolling, loading, saving, browsing – this entire works efficiently without any interruption, while MS Word every time lags a bit with documents of the size. The files in Word are read and written by TextMaker; also, it opens the Document formats and starts delivering mainly convincing consequences with the Microsoft format.
According to the experts, you can save Word documents without any losses or layout changes. The native PDF export function of TextMaker lets you take large documents, export them to PDF, and then save them on your storage space. Read this article to know how simple this feature is. Depending on how you created the document, and how you stored the graphics. You can achieve a file size reduction of 80%.
Adobe PDF Conversion
- You just need to launch an existing document and export it to PDF as follows:
- First of all, open the TextMaker.
- Then tap on the File – Open.
- Now you need to select the existing.RTF, DOC, or.DOCX file
- After picking, tap on the Open option.
- Then you have to tap on the PDF export button. You will find it on the toolbar.
- And now, you will need to go to the Preferences tab.
Note: Firstly, you should ensure that you set up Quality for Low, use JPEG quality for Image Options and do not embed any fonts in order to make the smallest file size.
- Tap on the OK button to begin conversion.
File Size Comparison
With the following example, document file size decrease was 81% using 30% jpeg compression. Your results are likely to vary depending on the preferences options and document contents.
To use this application, you can download a free trial of SoftMaker for some days.
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