Fit pdf page width to the window of pdf reader via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

Sometimes you surely want to make the pages more comfortable to read in terms of their size? Possessing a kind of tool tailored to edit pdf files, you can fit pdf page width to the window of pdf reader quickly. The VeryPDF.com introduces you Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, an ideal tool to edit pdf. The rest part of the article focuses that how to fit pdf page width to the window of pdf reader via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

You can download http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip here freely,  a zipped package with little occupancy, after releasing it, you can fit pdf page width to the window of pdf reader. The process is clear, in an effort to assist you, the VeryPDF.com posted several pictures below.

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input cmd into just like the screenshot suggests, you will see

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time for type the command line, it goes like

pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -q "FitH"    

where, input.pdf presents the file you are going to edit and output.pdf presents the files have already been edited

you can input one by one, once ready, you are allowed to click “enter” key, and then you will see

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from the above screenshot, you can see the operation has gone through, how about the result, you can check by opening the testfith.pdf, it represents the output.pdf here, screenshot again

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till now, you will find that the page with content magnified just to fit the width of page within the window.  This proves that by using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, you are allowed to fit pdf page width to the window of pdf reader successfully. More command lines to edit pdf, you can refer to Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual.

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