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How to Modify Margin Settings on Adobe PDF document

To readjust the document text so that it can cover the entire viewable area of the page, the user needs to modify an Adobe PDF document’s margin to zero. This also means the compress the files into fewer pages thus, require less paper for printing purposes. So, either with new or existing PDF document you can alter the margin settings by using Adobe Acrobat or Reader software.

The process is quite easy with both the tools. Below is the procedure for both the software:

Adobe Acrobat:

  • 1. First of all, open a PDF in Adobe Acrobat.
  • 3. For modifying all the page borders to zero or resetting individual margins to zero, click the 'Set to Zero' by using the down arrow keys on the keyboard in the Margin Controls dialog box.
  • 4. For saving the margin settings click OK.

Adobe Reader:

1. Access the PDF document in the Reader tool.

2. On the main menu bar click File and then select Print option.

3. Next to Print Scaling option, open the drop down menu and then select None.

4. And finally click OK.

Note: In Reader software, the user cannot save the readjusted margin settings. The user can only use the modified margin settings for printing the document. So, for saving the readjusted margin settings, the user needs to use Acrobat.

With the help of above procedure you can alter and modify the PDF border settings on both the tools. But it is suggested to user Acrobat as it allows the user to save the changed settings unlike in Reader where you can alter the margin settings till the print purpose only. As Acrobat encompasses all the features of Reader with the capability of creating and editing PDF files.

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