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Old 01-21-2008, 12:01 PM   #1
ambertape
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acrobat pro 8.0 on the PRS-500 reader

Has anyone followed the Sony instructions in changing a pdf file into a rtf file and then a pdf file?

Is it possible to change the font size globally in a pdf file in Acrobat 8.0 ?

I set up the Acrobat 8 according to Sony instructions and will save it as a 3.5 X 4.5" size file in making a new pdf file. I found it weird that the conversion of pdf to rtf first, then back to pdf the size of the file was 81mb large and the original file size was 6.1mb. What am I doing wrong ? Is this normal ?

Why is the cacapee program capable of making a 6.1 mb file into a 3.1mb lrf file
but the font size is so small that I need a jewelers eye pice to read the font size ?

I download maximumpc pdf file of earlier version s of their magazines and would like to be able to store them and read them without hurting my eyes

Will appreciate guidance and help

Ambertape

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