This article aims to explain how to fit full pdf page to the window of pdf reader using. The is tailored for people who deal with editing pdf files, because it is of multi-functions, which makes editing pdf becomes more easy and convenient. Based on this, the rest part of this article is developed to illustrate how to fit full pdf page to the window of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line.
Follow this link you will obtain this useful helper http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip. In order to execute this function, you need to launch the MS-DOS command prompt window, look at the screenshot, they will guide you
input three letters cmd to the propping up box, as the below picture indicates
when you click “ok”, you will have that appearing
now, what you shall to do is to input command line toto execute the function---Fit full pdf page to the window of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, it goes like
pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -q "Fit", you can inout one by one, one point you should be clear, input.pdf presents the file you are going to edit and output.pdf presents the files have already been edited, so you can input your desires pdf files to edit, the following picture takes test.pdf, testfit.pdf as an example respectively
The operation turns out to be successful, time for checking what happened to the testfit.pdf, open it
so far, you will find that he page with content magnified to fit the width and height of page within the window, that’s to say, fit full pdf page to the window of pdf reader. This proves that by using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, you are allowed to fit full pdf page to the window of pdf reader successfully. More command lines to edit pdf, you can refer to Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual.