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taking a printed pdf from 11 meg back to 300k

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hi had a pdf that i printed out to a pdf printer file so that i could have a smaller section of it
but the size came out to 11meg, how do i get it back to the 300 k which is more managable
i used cutepdf to print it to open source if possible
thanks for you help
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Try the steps in:
Ref: http://www.wikihow.com/Reduce-PDF-File-Size

Open the pdf file, try to save it as reduced size etc
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but i do not have adobe pro
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Here is the FAQ from their site:

http://www.cutepdf.com/support/faq.asp

There is a text file that you can edit so that the output file will be smaller and it allows for settings changes. Give that a try!
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thanks for the help will give this a try
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