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    Mike Armour commented  · 

    Thanks Ken. Duly noted. Sorry Leonard. I think I know the option you're talking about, but when I selected that drop-down list, all the options were grayed out - so I couldn't select any of them. Not sure why Adobe would not allow that when it would be needed.

    Mike Armour commented  · 

    Leonard, the crop ability is not a resize. If I want to reduce or enlarge a picture of my grandma, I do not achieve that by cutting it in half or adding a lot of white space around it, respectively. I see the Set Page Box command come up when I crop, and if there is a way to truly resize the document in that option then I'd love to see how. It only allows me to crop.

    Mike Armour commented  · 

    Please add a RESIZE tool. Even basic programs like Paint offer the ability to resize based on a percentage. I feel like I have to work around this lack of a basic ability by printing it as a PDF in a smaller size, but this doesn't work well since smaller paper sizes are rarely the perfect scale of a larger size (i.e. what's the paper choice for 25% scale of a 72"x36"?). The current "Reduced Size" ability offers no input and automatically reduces at its own discretion (which, in my case only reduced the file by 1% - pointless). It's needed in order to print to JPEG, which is not possible when the PDF is too large. Thanks.

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