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Topic: How can I increase the margins on a PDF document exported from Wo
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 166840
From: bgoertzel
Date: 8/10/2008 03:38 AM

Hi,

I have a (several hundred page long) PDF document exported from Word, and the margins as set in Word are too narrow for the publisher that I'm using to publish my PDF file.

But the Word document is very complex with a lot of text boxes that are carefully positioned, and changing the margins in Word would be many hours of difficult work.

So I wonder if there is a way to change the margins in Acrobat -- i.e., to simply "shrink" all the contents of the pages into a smaller region in the page, thus giving a larger margin? If anyone knows how to do this in Acrobat, I'd love to know.

Thanks
Ben Goertzel
ben@goertzel.org


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