Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
here at work, we make all kinds of pdf's. i'm looking for a program that will let you grab a bunch pf pds, drop them on this program and it will crop - remove white margins, save and close.<br><br>anything out there like that?<br><br>oh and for Windows.<br><br>
I was hoping someone would come up with a program that did cropping editing of pdfs.<br><br>I have downloaded a pdf of the last patent my father filed and had granted. 1969 approved 1971. It is a six page pdf but the dumb patent office people skewed some of the pages. <br><br>Is there a program which can open open a pdf and straighten and crop the pages?<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Well, you could open it in Preview and save it as a series of tifs or jpgs, then you can manipulate it in a graphics app.<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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Doh, thanks, I just did that saving each page as a tiff. Since I am on my MBA without photoshop I have easily imported them into iPhoto to straighten and crank up the clarity a tad.<br><br>I never mess with pdfs so didn't know such an easy way existed. They look perfect now. One page which is the main design drawing is getting framed for my office.<br><br><br><br><br>
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