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How do I change the background color when viewing PDFs in iBooks on an iPad?

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While it's simple to change the background color when viewing iBooks (ePub format) in iBooks, I can't seem to change the background color when viewing a PDF in iBooks on an iPad. I don't need the page itself to change color...but rather the gray that surrounds the page. Thanks!
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Outside of switching on reverse color in the main iOS settings menu under accessibility, I don't think there is a way to change background color on a PDF within iBooks.
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Thanks!
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