You can attach any number of pdf or jpeg files. Each file you attach should not
be more than 10MB in size.
If a file is more than 10MB in size please read the following advice on how to reduce
Reducing file sizes in Microsoft Word
If you use Word to edit photos, or frequently include images in Word documents,
please consider using the “Compress Pictures” button on the Pictures toolbar *.
This helps limit the file size of documents that contain images. In the majority
of cases pictures can be compressed without noticeable difference and file size
is often reduced to less than 10% of the original size (depends on image number/resolution).
Please note: These instructions are for Microsoft Word 2003, other versions of Word
may vary in their approach to compressing images.
Reducing File Sizes in PDF There are many programs available for converting files
to Portable Document Format (PDF). CutePDF Writer is one such program. Once the
writer software has been downloaded from their website you can create PDFs from
the print option of any Windows application in minutes. The PDFs created with this
freeware are high quality and can be emailed, printed, uploaded to a website or
saved to any compact disc or flash drive. You don't need any additional software,
just CutePDF Writer and the document you would like to convert to a PDF.
Open any document you would like to convert into a PDF file.
Click File > Print. Select "CutePDF Writer" from Name List in printer box.
• Choose the required paper size from the drop down list in the Zoom box.
• Click "Properties." Choose your "Layout" and decide how to print. • Click
"Paper / Quality and Colour”
Click Advanced > Page Size. Click "Print Quality" and change the DPI. The bigger
the DPI, the larger the file size of the PDF will be.
Recommendations • If you are creating a PDF to be emailed, choose 72 DPI or
144 DPI. • When printing a converted PDF, choose 300 or 600 DPI. • If
sending a pdf file to a commercial printer, choose 600 or 1,200 DPI. • For
most applications, just adjust the DPI setting.