Easy way to change pdf document page size from US Letter to A4
does not help. I can't crop every page...is there a way to simply scale the file size? This seems very basic, but I can't find it anywhere!
We need a bit more information. What are you trying to accomplish? Have you tried the rescale func I mentioned above?
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I'm commisserating with you, Donald. I don't want to process hundreds of pages of a PDF by resizing each one individually. This is a serious flaw in Acrobat's design/tool set.
Follow these steps in Adobe Acrobat:
2. Organize Pages
3. Right click first page
4. Crop Pages
5. Apply edits in "Change Page Size" and/or "Page Range" boxes
its work thanks
Appreciate the idea, but it gave me (and others) an error message of "Cannot change page size."
The only thing that worked for me was to export the file to Adobe and check "fitted" in the print size.
How about if "A4" is grayed out but needed?
Thanks--you solved my problem, Sophia
Wouldn't you think Adobe of all companies would have a simple way to scale all pages in a document to a uniform size by now?
It is possible with Adobe Acrobat DC Pro.
I have Adobe Acrobat DC Pro Bernd. I am yet to find the function.
It should be availabe in 3 clicks. It is not.
It's not rocket science.
Your attitude mirrors my mood exaclty hahaha
"Apply edits in "Change Page Size" and/or "Page Range" boxes" only works if you are increasing the size of the paper.
That is from 2017...Here we are in 2022 and this is still a problem. How is it Adobe cannot figure out how to scale and resize pages?
In Adobe Acrobat DC Pro use the Preflight Tool to scale the pages.
Thanks, I think. I was able to get that to work but man, that is some incomprehensible UI with multiuple confusing steps. Is this really the best Adobe can come up with for a function that seems like it should be easy? This should be acomplished in a few intuitive clicks.
You can also print the document to a pdf and it give you the option to scale that too. But its a clunky work around.
use print to PDF, and choose "shrink oversized pages" option.
Info: print to PDF will remove all interactive features.
Under edit PDF find the crop tool. Draw a box around your page, doesn't matter what size, and hit enter. In the dialog box that opens on the bottom left is Change Page Size. Select custom and change the page to the size you desire.
I got a dialog box that said "Page size may not be reduced" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯