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PDF documents can be cumbersome to edit, especially when you need to change the text or sign a form. However, working with PDFs is made beyond easy and highly productive with the right tool.

How to Rearrange And Compress PDF with minimal effort on your side:

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Type, replace, or delete text anywhere in your PDF.
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Hi this is Gary with MacMost.com. Today let me show you several methods of compressing PDF files on your Mac. MacMost is brought to you thanks to a great group of supporters. Go to MacMost.com/patreon. There you can read more about it. Join us and get exclusive content. You don't need anything special to be able to compress PDF files on your Mac. You can simply open them up in Preview and there's a special way to export them that compresses the images inside them. However the image compression settings aren't the greatest and it takes several steps. I'll show you how to build something in Automator that could do it quickly and also allow you to customize the compression. So here I've got a sample PDF on my desktop. I can open it up and you can see it's just a sample electric bill. I scanned it in using my iPhone. The file size is a little bit bigger than I like. I'm going to do Command i to get information and see that it's 6.8 MB. It can definitely be smaller. So let's go and open it up in Preview by simply double clicking it. All you need to do to compress this is go to File and then Export. Not export as PDF. Not Save but Export. You'll get an option here for Quartz Filter. So you want to make sure you selected PDF as the Format and Quartz Filter has Reduce File Size by Default as a filter. So now when I save it out I'm going to save it with another file name. I'll hit Save and let's look at that file. Do Command i and I'll see that it's 55KB. That's quite a size reduction. But if I look at it I can see the quality is pretty bad now. So it compressed it a little bit too much. Now those quartz filters are things that you can create. For that you need to use an app called ColorSync Utility. It comes with your Mac so just Search in Spotlight for ColorSync Utility and go to Filters. Here you'll see the filters that you saw there when you were exporting from Preview. So let's add our own. I'll hit the Plus button here and I have one called Reduce PDF File Size Better. Then I'm going to click here and I'm going to go to Image Effects Component and Image Compression. Then I'm going to set Image Compression to be JPEG and set the Quality to something better than this middle. I'm going to go somewhere between halfway and all the way. So about ¾, about 75%. That should give us some decent compression without getting rid of quality. So now that should be Saved automatically. So I'll Quit ColorSync Utility and I will open up the original PDF again. I'll go to File, Export and I'm going to select Quartz Filter and instead of Reduce File Size I will look for mine that I just created, Reduce PDF File Size Better. Then I will Save it out using another file name. So a third version of the file. Then I will go ...