How to make a PDF 200kb in 10 minutes? How to make a 350kb PDF? The first method can take just a couple of minutes. The second method can be done in an hour. How to compress a PDF to 200 KB in just 10 minutes? You have just learned how to compress a PDF to make your documents available at a much lower memory cost. You must also understand that a single word is more than two files! This article is the start of a series about creating and using tools in this area. As you go through all the parts you will come to some more advanced techniques, so be prepared! I have included a few example projects shown below. There are plenty of project templates available so that you can learn the techniques through practice. To make a PDF 200 KB, you will need a computer with a reasonable number of CPU cores installed and some free memory. For these particular examples, I used a MacBook Air with 933 (933 MHz) and 8 GB RAM, which was the fastest iMac Apple had at the time of the test. If you prefer a slower machine, a MacBook Pro might be more appropriate. Let's start with the more simple example, creating your own PDF page of one word. Creating a PDF pages out of one word (click to enlarge) First, select one of the samples in the source. Now, highlight the word in the document. You will see it highlighted in green and highlighted red. Make sure that your selected word is highlighted on the same color as the highlighted word we just highlighted. You will see a little green icon show up in the document browser. If you click on the icon, you will be able to select a single word. Then, under the Options tab, you will see an option to make a PDF out of just your selected word. After selecting the PDF option, make sure that the page name, number of pages, and the page width and height are set up appropriately so that you can see what is happening. On my Mac, the word I selected was page 1 of 10. Then, set the “Pages” box to “0.” Next, set the box to the size of the page you need, which is always 8. It might be that you need a slightly smaller box, but that depends on you. Finally, set the “Number of Pages” to 0 (one).