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Re: [tdf-discuss] Question


Probably, I should first convert the PDF to ODT and then remake the file and
convert it to PDF again. How to convert a PDF to an ODT file?

On 28 May 2011 00:12, Jean Hollis Weber <jeanweber@gmail.com> wrote:

On Fri, 2011-05-27 at 22:21 +0300, Marius Popa wrote:
Good evening! It is Marius Popa again, with a new question for you. How
can
I set a certain page size for a document that is already written? I mean
that I wrote a long document (over 90 pages, but less than 100 pages),
and
when I completed it, I noticed that the pages had not the same size. I
mention that I created the PDF/A from OpenOffice.org with NovaPDF. Thanks
in
advance.


You need to change the page size for each of the *page styles* used in
the document, and then recreate the PDF. Unfortunately, you cannot
change all the page styles at once; you have to change each page style
individually.

--Jean


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