Maybe everyday you set countless page magnifications of your pdf files. Have the following situation occurred to you now and then. When you finished setting a page magnification, you found that the results are not desirable; even worse, you did wrong operation to it. Therefore, you need to reset the page magnification. To help you solve this problem timely and swiftly, the VeryPDF.com introduces you a kind of tool,.
Follow this link you will obtain this useful tool http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip. In order to execute this function to reset page magnification, you need to launch the MS-DOS command prompt window first, steps are as follows:
click “start” and then click “Run”
input cmd, and then click “ok” just like the below picture suggests
after the above operation, you will get this propping up
time to input command line to reset page magnifications
pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -q "CLEAR"
where the option -i is to specify a pdf filename or a directory for input, the option -o to specify the pdf filename for output, and -q to set page magnification of open action, here “CLEAR” refers to remove the page magnification from the pdf file. This article uses “test.pdf”, “ testclear.pdf” as example to show you the change before and after.
0nce the input is done, please press the “enter” key
when you see this, it means that your operation has gone smoothly, you can check the result by opening the corresponding files, the VeryPDF.com makes a comparison below
through the contrast, you are allowed to find the page magnification of the “test.pdf” file has successfully been reset. Under the help of, you can timely and swiftly reset pdf page magnifications.