Compress

Compress and resize images inside a Word document.

Compress a Word document REST API

Server Method Endpoint
https://api.aspose.cloud/v4.0 PUT /words/online/put/compress

You can use the following parameters in a REST request:

Parameter Name Data Type Required/Optional Description
loadEncoding string Optional Encoding that will be used to load an HTML (or TXT) document if the encoding is not specified in HTML.
password string Optional Password of protected Word document. Use the parameter to pass a password via SDK. SDK encrypts it automatically. We don’t recommend to use the parameter to pass a plain password for direct call of API.
encryptedPassword string Optional Password of protected Word document. Use the parameter to pass an encrypted password for direct calls of API. See SDK code for encyption details.
destFileName string Optional Result path of the document after the operation. If this parameter is omitted then result of the operation will be saved as the source document.

Use $multipart/form-data request to combine one or more properties into a single body:

Property Name Data Type Required/Optional Description
document string(binary) Required The document.
compressOptions CompressOptions Required Options for compress the document.

Compress a Word document usage examples

Let’s look at practical examples of using the web service. You can do this both with cURL and Postman utilities, and from your code in various programming languages: Python, Java, JavaScript, C#, PHP, C++, Go, Ruby, Swift, Dart.

How to compress a Word document with cURL or Postman

One of the easiest and fastest ways to call a REST API is to use cURL or Postman:

How to compress a Word document in Python, Java, C#, C++, JavaScript and other programming languages

Using SDK is the quickest way to speed up the development. Please take a look at the provided code examples to quickly call this web service from your favourite programming language:

See Also

  • GitHub repository — explore Aspose.Words Cloud SDK Family. These software libraries take care of all low-level document-processing details.