Resize PDF Paper size and contents by Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

pdftools -i "C:\Users\leshane\Desktop\Eagle Tribune\Orignal.pdf" -o "C:\Users\leshane\Desktop\Eagle Tribune\output.pdf" -j "99% 100%"

I am trying to see if this program will do what I want.
I am using the above command line and the output file only show a small thumbnail in the bottom left of the output document.

I want to reduce the document content width by 1% and the depth by 0%.

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pdftools -i "test.pdf" -o "test-1.pdf" -j "60% 70% true"

When I use the above command line, I only get thumbnail sizes.
See attached file.

Is this because it is a trial version?


This is right, because -j is just resize the page contents, it doesn't resize original PDF paper size, if you wish resize the PDF paper size too, you need use -x parameter, for example,

pdftools -i "test.pdf" -o "test-1.pdf" -j "60% 70% true" -x "0 0 595.5 842.25"

You can continue to adjust the values of -x and -j to test the resultant PDF file, until the resultant PDF file is meet your requirements.


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