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Old 01-07-2011, 06:37 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sabredog View Post
If a PDF has DRM infesting it then you cannot reformat it in any way, including adjusting margins.
This is true.

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Publishers do not create a PDF document with an ebook reader in mind...
You are probably correct.

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...and ebook manufacturers such as Kobo would not consider a PDF to be as important as say an ePUB to display.
I imagine this may be true as well.

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Originally Posted by sabredog
The only option you have, apart from seeking an ePUB version, is to remove the DRM.
Considering that the Original Poster is talking about a library book, Field Stripping (TM) the DRM is the wrong idea.

PDF is a last resort for most. Thankfully, there is ample (buoyant!) room for the improvement of PDF handling on "Oh! So many!" eBook reading devices that it can't help but get better with time, even as a back burner project.

A silver lining in our dingy Microfiber eJackets.

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