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Old 06-08-2015, 11:48 AM
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hi GadoGadoGal, I want to attach a PDF file. How can I make sure that all images in the PDF are set to 96 DPI. I have put about 30 pictures in the file to show the relationship both my wife and me.

the website( immi.gov.au) has list the information as follows:
Reduce the file size of a .PDF document by:
Recreating the PDF with Distiller set to 'lowest file size'.
Ensuring that all images in the PDF are set to 96 DPI.

Is it just teach u to reduce the file size or not to make the images set to 96dpi.


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hi GadoGadoGal, I want to attach a PDF file. How can I make sure that all images in the PDF are set to 96 DPI. I have put about 30 pictures in the file to show the relationship both my wife and me.

the website( immi.gov.au) has list the information as follows:
Reduce the file size of a .PDF document by:
Recreating the PDF with Distiller set to 'lowest file size'.
Ensuring that all images in the PDF are set to 96 DPI.

Is it just teach u to reduce the file size or not to make the images set to 96dpi.
Hrm, that sounds really complicated. I didn't do any photo size reduction, or select any settings to reduce the photos within the file to a certain dpi. I simply shrunk the PDF file size down. When you do this using Adobe Acrobat I believe it reduces the photos within the PDF file automatically. I think it is also this simple with a free online application several people on this forum have used: compress.smallpdf.com It may be different with other applications. What are you using?

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Application Date: 23 March 2015
Police Checks: 26 March 2015
Medicals: 21 August 2015
Visa Grant Date: 13 September 2016 (801)

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Hrm, that sounds really complicated. I didn't do any photo size reduction, or select any settings to reduce the photos within the file to a certain dpi. I simply shrunk the PDF file size down. When you do this using Adobe Acrobat I believe it reduces the photos within the PDF file automatically. I think it is also this simple with a free online application several people on this forum have used: compress.smallpdf.com It may be different with other applications. What are you using?

I use the software PDF shrink. it is ok. but I have to scan my documents more clearly. thank you!


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