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Topic: page size and capture
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 77853
From: historybuff
Date: 12/6/2002 07:40 AM

I have pulled some gif files, which contain text,from an internet site. I imported them using Acrobat 4 and saved them all as a PDF file. I have tried to make them text searchable, by using capture, but it keeps coming up with the page size is bigger than 14" x 14". The page size is showing up as 11" x 17". Is there a way or a program that will let me reduce the size of the page without loosing any of the print quality or is there a program that will do a capture on a page this size.

When I look at a page in the original gif format in a graphics program, the page size does not look to be as big as is stated by Acrobat. It appears to be a more normal size of 5 x 7 or there abouts.


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