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Convert, Compress, Merge and Resize PDF Files Online

We had posted many articles related to PDF (portable document format) in previous articles. If you are working with PDF files, you may love it. Here is another free online tool called Neevia that allows you to perform some of the jobs related to PDF such as converts, merge, compress and resize without the need of installing special software.

With Neevia, you can convert files such as doc, docx, xls, ppt, etc into PDF or image files. Just upload the file and convert it (upload limit 1MB).

You can also reduce the size of large PDF documents into small without the need of installing special software (Max. 5MB upload). Moreover, it is possible to change the page size of PDF files with this tool.

Another feature of this tool is merging. You can combine multiple PDF files into one PDF document. Visit here for details


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