How To Compress JPEG Files Using MS Office Picture Manager

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Actually I got this problem while I filled the online job’s form in JobsMalaysia.

Capture

Based on the picture above, the maximum size of certificate (in form of JPEG file) that I can upload into my job’s form is only 200KB. It give me a little problem when I have the JPEG file with more than 200KB in size. Just to let you know, my JPEG file actually come from PDF file format. Tonight I will show you how I compress it using Microsoft Office Picture Manager.


Before The Procedures

Capture

The picture above indicate the size of my JPEG file BEFORE compression.



The Procedures

  1. Right click the JPEG file like below –-> highlight Open With –-> click to launch the Microsoft Office Picture Manager 

    Untitled[5]

  2. After launch, you will see the program’s menu below

    Capture

  3. Click Edit Pictures… –-> a sidebar below will appear at the right side of the program’s interface

    Capture

  4. Click Compress Pictures and you will get the another sidebar at the same place. See the picture below.

    Capture

  5. Click radio button Web pages –-> click OK.

  6. Now, you will save the file. To ease you to find the location of the saved file, you can click File –-> click Save As…

    Capture

  7. The Save As box will be displayed on your screen. Give the suitable name to the compressed file. Then choose the location which you think it is easy for you to find the file, eg: Desktop

    Capture 



After The Procedures

Capture

The picture above indicate the size of my JPEG file AFTER compression.




  

7 comments:

Anonymous at: September 14, 2011 at 10:03 PM said...

Helpful. thanks.

Anonymous at: January 28, 2012 at 7:48 PM said...

Thank you.. it is helpful

Anonymous at: September 24, 2012 at 8:38 PM said...

Thank you very muh........

Anonymous at: December 15, 2012 at 2:09 AM said...

Thank you sir, I once knew how to do this but forgot! Is there any way to batch compress photos in office picture manager?

Kind regards
John B

{ Ankita } at: January 15, 2013 at 12:17 PM said...

cant find my document after scanning. help..

{ Zainal Abidin } at: January 16, 2013 at 4:21 PM said...

dear Ankita...

sorry for my lateness due to busy work...

I had modified the article just for you...now it has additional 2 steps that you can follow...Both steps I think will solve your problem

Audy at: March 19, 2013 at 8:05 PM said...

Thank you very much Sir

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...