Open Office ODT format has the best document compression!

I was working on an SEO analysis that turned out to be 40.2 MB large. This is bad for my hard disk space and for me beacuse I wanted to upload it to my Google Docs so I could check it from my iPhone when out later today. I thought I would try saving it in different formats to see which one would bring the 40.2 MB size down the most. I tried .docx, .rtf and .odt.

ODT WON! What an impressive compression! It made the same file 360 KB and I easily managed to upload it to Google Docs (max size 500KB) and my problem was solved!

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My name is Spyros Papaspyropoulos and I am a Web/SEO Professional and Awarded Web Designer. Co-founder of www.x2interactive.gr & www.webdesignblog.gr. I love Web Design, Technology, Social Media, Dilbert, Comics and taking pictures. I live in Rethymno, Crete, Greece. I travel to Athens twice a month for business and feel lucky to experience both cities. This blog is something I like having just for fun. Anything I find interesting or funny, I just post it here for anybody to see. Hope you like it. Cheers!

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