Discover the easiest way to reduce PPT size on Macbook

Aug 6th, 2022
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Have you experienced issues sharing your document because it's too big? If your answer is yes, then you’re in the right place. Our tool lets you effortlessly reduce PPT size on Macbook without having to change the content or delete the pages from the document. Additionally, our solution comes with all the essential tools for working with files and is less expensive than alternative ones. You’ll never end up spending a fortune on features you don’t need.

Use these instructions to discover how to change the document size.

  1. Select one of the available options to add your document: upload one, import one from the cloud, drag and drop one, etc.
  2. Select the added document from your Dashboard.
  3. Find and apply the feature to reduce PPT size on Macbook.
  4. Choose how you’d like to compress the document.
  5. Stay patient. The process may take some time, depending on your selected compression option.
  6. Click to get the document or choose to send it via email.
  7. Check out other equipment and features to edit and annotate your document.

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How to Reduce PPT size on Macbook

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reducing the file size of your PowerPoint presentations instructions for Mac users with your PowerPoint presentation open go to the file menu click compress pictures make sure the picture quality is set to 220 PPI this resolution is appropriate for most purposes check the box next to delete cropped areas of pictures click OK then it is recommended that you re save the file so click save as and give the file a new name this means you will keep a copy of the original file with the full size high resolution images in case you need it in future you

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Save PowerPoint presentations as PDF files At Optimize for, select Standard for higher quality (for example, if you want to print it). Select Minimum size to make the file smaller (for example, if you want to send it as an e-mail attachment). Click Options to set how the presentation will appear as a PDF.
In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF that you want to compress. Choose File Export. (Dont choose Export as PDF.) Click the Quartz Filter pop-up menu, then choose Reduce File Size.
When exporting a ppt file into a pdf file, pdf may involve more info than the original file, such as font info, the quality of the pictures. As a result, you may get a pdf file which is larger than the original ppt file.
When you save presentation as a PDF file it freezes the formatting and layout. People can view the slides even if they dont have PowerPoint, but they cant make changes to it. Select File Export. Click Create PDF/XPS Document, then click Create PDF/XPS.
Reduce the character set of embedded fonts To minimize the file increase, embed only those characters used in the presentation. Go to File Options Save. Under Preserve fidelity when sharing this presentation, select Embed fonts in the file, and then select Embed only the characters used in the presentation.
When exporting a ppt file into a pdf file, pdf may involve more info than the original file, such as font info, the quality of the pictures. As a result, you may get a pdf file which is larger than the original ppt file.
Dec 06, 2021 3601. Uncompressed pictures are a common cause of large PowerPoint files. When photos are added to PowerPoint slides, theyre saved in their full resolution in case they need to be zoomed or cropped while editing the slide, or in case the slides will be displayed on a very large projector screen.
Uncompressed pictures are a common cause of large PowerPoint files. When photos are added to PowerPoint slides, theyre saved in their full resolution in case they need to be zoomed or cropped while editing the slide, or in case the slides will be displayed on a very large projector screen.
To minimize the file increase, embed only those characters used in the presentation. Go to File Options Save. Under Preserve fidelity when sharing this presentation, select Embed fonts in the file, and then select Embed only the characters used in the presentation.
Reduce an images file size In the Preview app on your Mac, open the file you want to change. Choose Tools Adjust Size, then select Resample image. Enter a smaller value in the Resolution field. The new size is shown at the bottom.

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