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I want to resize my pdf document using Adobe Reader 9, but when i tried ctrl +P, my print page doesnt contain the option of printing to aadobepdf.

Does anyone know how i can put this settings in place?

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LEGEND , Feb 04, 2021 Feb 04, 2021

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1. Your Adobe Reader 9 is an antique. You can upgrade for free to the latest http://get.adobe.com/reader. It WILL NOT solve this problem though.

2. Printing to PDF is a VERY VERY BAD IDEA. Many web sites contain this idea, though it is bad and damaging.

3. You would need to buy Acrobat to do it, but Acrobat Pro has better ways to do this.

4. In any case it wouldn't work on mac, only Windows.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Install Adobe Acrobat.

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Thanks Bernd. But which version are you reccomending?

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You can use Standard or Pro. You can buy or subscribe.

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Some info

1. Your Adobe Reader 9 is an antique. You can upgrade for free to the latest http://get.adobe.com/reader. It WILL NOT solve this problem though.

2. Printing to PDF is a VERY VERY BAD IDEA. Many web sites contain this idea, though it is bad and damaging.

3. You would need to buy Acrobat to do it, but Acrobat Pro has better ways to do this.

4. In any case it wouldn't work on mac, only Windows.

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