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I have a scanned pdf of a book which is 366.96 x 624.6 pts according to pdfinfo. Taking 72 pts to the inch this makes the physical dimensions of the pdf about 5.1'' x 8.67''.

I printed it using Lulu.com, which has a template for a 6'' x 9'' book, but their margins screwed up the text and made it unreadable. Is there a way to shrink the pdf to arbitrary physical dimensions using the command line?

  • do any of the online sites offer you help? smallpdf.com/compress-pdf – pdc Jul 15 '17 at 2:26
  • @pdc that site does a great job at compressing the digital file size, but I am concerned about the physical dimensions of the printout – SZN Jul 15 '17 at 2:36
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The question turned out to be answered here. cpdf is a tool which can achieve the correct scaling via the command line, according to pdfinfo.

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