A corporate entity frequently exchanges multiple documents online. Be it a business proposal or a project report, it tends to exchange multiple pages. And if it’s a bulky data file, transferring it will be a time-taking process. Moreover, its sending can be failed. How should it cope with such problem? Should it deliver the file manually?
Why PDF version?
Online data transference is evolved to beat the clock. And today, it’s proving economical as well. Then, why one should put manual efforts in dispatching a file? It can be done within a click. So what if it’s a bulky? Portable document format (PDF) can help out.
Now, one can paint the picture of how outsourcing data entry services providers proceed. They save millions of emails, id, consumers/ clients’ details, addresses and other data every day. But when such data is exported to clients, the data executives redefine its size.
This trick eliminates fallout in sending important files. Its compressibility strikingly attracts to use it. When 81/2*11 letters are scanned, they occupy 1,000 kilobytes. PDF conversion squeezes a file up to 25% of its original size. It means 20 kilobytes will remain 5 kilobyte after PDF conversion. Isn’t it great!
PDF conversion in MS Office (2010 & 2013):
Let’s go through the steps of converting a word file (of MS office 2010 & 2013) into pdf format.