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How can I resize an entire PDF document?

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I have Adobe CS4 design premium, and I need to resize a 17"x11" PDF catalog to 11"x8.5".  If there is a way to do this in Acrobat, I haven't found it and I've looked pretty hard.  I don't want to have to edit 1 page at a time in Illustrator, but if that's the only way, then so be it (I know how to do this, I just don't want to).

The original document is 127 MB (ridiculous) and I've reduced it all the way down to 10 MB without affecting screen viewing quality.  I need to get the file down to around 2-3 MB, but for some reason, neither Acrobat's optimization program nor it's reduce file size program will downsample the 300 dpi images.  (that's another story all together)

So, in conclusion, I need to reduce the dimensions of the entire document at one time in order to improve viewing experience and download time.

Thanks!
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You can't resize pdf file in Acrobat Professional. You can print document to file, setting desired page size and then re-distill it. There are also 3rd party software which can resize pdf documents, for example nitropdf.
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Thanks, that's what I needed!
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