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Difference between JPG and PDF


Posted Date: 29-Oct-2010  Last Updated:   Category: Others    
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Learn what is PDF and what is JPEG or what is JPEG? Learn what is the difference between PDF and JPG?



What is JPG or JPEG?


JPG or JPEG is the compressed form of picture. It is the format of the pictures files.
But Jpg files have many disadvantages also. It reduces the quality of the images whenever you reduces the size or edit the pictures.
JPEG is the compressed form is picture which is expand after the editing the picture which decreases the quality of the images.
JPG can be open with the Paint application of windows.

What is PDF?


PDF is the extension name of the document format. PDF is the most secure for of the documentation.
PDF disables the editing concept of the document. It means it remains same as it is no one can edit the document.
You can put the images in your PDF files. The pictures in PDF will remain the same.
Anyone can increase the size of the file by zoom in and zoom out without decreasing the quality of the document.
PDF files can be view with the help of the Acrobat Reader.


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