Resize the window of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

The Advanced PDF Tools Command Line is an excellent helper to edit pdf. If you are handling with pdf files everyday, you deserve to know a handful skill to edit pdf. This article illustrate how to resize the window of pdf reader, by doing this, you gradually begin to master the operation of 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 resize 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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And then, input cmd into the propping up box, just as the screenshot indicates

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After several steps, you are allowed to see

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Time to type the command line to edit pdf, be careful and make it correct

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pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -n "Key Key-value "    

Where the Key is an optional name of one of the followings, and the Key-value is a Boolean type value also described below:

CenterWindow
(Optional) A flag specifying whether to position the document's window in the center of the screen. Default value: false.

Here, take centering window as an example to illustrate how to resize the window of pdf reader, so you can write the command line as follow

pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -n "CenterWindow true"

When the input is done,  please press the enter key

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The screenshot has gone through, when you open the testcenterwindow.pdf, it would prop up in the window of the screen. More operation on how to edit pdf and to resize the window of pdf reader, you can refer to Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual.

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